MIDDLEBURY, Ind. — Shortly after the September 11, 2001 attacks, a flag was gifted to Chris Heisler by the Texas House of Representatives. Heisler felt compelled to take action during a horrific time for the United States. He set out to Ground Zero with the flag and helped to organize one of the longest police motorcades in the history of the United States with the mission of bringing tokens of support for our nation’s Heroes. Since that initial trip to Ground Zero, the US Honor Flag has paid tribute to those who have lost their lives in the line of duty protecting our lives, our home, and our county as well as those who currently serve our communities, and our nation.
The U.S. Honor Flag has become a national treasure to millions of people, honoring thousands of police officers, firefighters, first responders and those serving on active combat duty in the military who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our communities and country. The United States Honor Flag has become a symbol of Honor, rich in history, inspiring a renewed spirit of American patriotism as it has paid tribute to those who have answered the call of duty and gone before us.
The US Honor Flag and the Grand Design Momentum Toy Hauler, which transports the Honor Network around the country, will be at the Grand Design Facility in Middlebury, Indiana, until December 1, 2018.
Honor Network, CEO/ Founder Chris Heisler, will be available at the Grand Design Service Facility, with prior notice, located at 11333 County Road 2, Middlebury, IN 46540. You may contact Heisler directly (305) 206-0550 to view the flag.
SOURCE: Grand Design RV press release