Copy of Flag poles for Sale Current Offer - JOHNWAYNE- FREE Ground Shipping on your Entire Order!
NOTE: We are back IN STOCK with ALL flagpole sizes and colors!! We are looking at an approximate 3 business day turn around time on shipments and are happy to be able to offer all flagpoles again! Currently, our back order items are: Eagle Toppers and some flags.
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On this day in history we celebrate an American Legend. On June 11, 1979, John Wayne, an iconic American film actor famous for starring in countless westerns, passes at age 72 after battling cancer for more than a decade.
The actor was born Marion Morrison on May 26, 1907, in Winterset, Iowa, and moved as a child to Glendale, California. A football star at Glendale High School, he attended the University of Southern California on a scholarship. After two years he left school after finding work as a movie studio laborer where he befriend director John Ford.
His first film credits from small bit parts included the name Duke Morrison, based on his childhood pet dog. Wayne’s first starring role came in 1930 with The Big Trail, a film directed by Raoul Walsh. It was during this time that Marion Morrison became “John Wayne,” when director Walsh didn’t think Marion was a good name for an actor playing a tough western hero.
Eventually, In 1939, Wayne finally had his breakthrough when his old friend John Ford cast him as Ringo Kid in the Oscar-winning Stagecoach. Wayne went on to play larger-than-life heroes in dozens of movies and came to symbolize a type of rugged, strong, straight-shooting American man. John Ford directed Wayne in some of his best-known films, including Fort Apache (1948), She Wore a Yellow Ribbon (1949), Rio Grande (1950), The Quiet Man (1952) and The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance (1962).
Off-screen, Wayne came to be known for his conservative political views. He produced, directed and starred in The Alamo (1960) and The Green Berets (1968), both of which reflected his patriotic, conservative leanings. In 1969, he won an Oscar for his role as a drunken, one-eyed federal marshal named Rooster Cogburn in True Grit. Wayne’s last film was The Shootist (1976), in which he played a legendary gunslinger dying of cancer. The role had particular meaning, as the actor was fighting the disease in real life. During four decades of acting, Wayne, with his trademark drawl and good looks, appeared in over 250 films.
Father's Day is right around the corner and a flagpole is a GREAT gift! Already have a flagpole? How about some of our best selling accessories? Our high end Lumens series solar lights? Or our flash collar? Order today and we'll get it to you by Father's Day! We are offering FREE Ground Shipping on your ENTIRE order when you purchase one of our best selling Phoenix Flag Pole Kits! Order by midnight PST Thursday night and we will give you FREE Ground Shipping on your ENTIRE order (a minimum instant savings of $49.97!_ Simply enter discount code- JOHN WAYNE during checkout and save $49.97-$92! Today only!
So take advantage of this sale today while supplies last! You'll save $130 in FREE ACCESSORIES (that we have already included in your flagpole package) PLUS $49.97+ in FREE ground shipping!
Now that's a total of over $179 in savings!
Get your complete kit NOW. Add the flag pole of your choice to the cart. Then add your accessories (also included in the FREE Ground Shipping) Next, enter code JOHNWAYNE during checkout under the discount code section to get an instant savings of $49.97+ off! (Offer Ends Wednesday at midnight PST. This is a limited time offer so what are you waiting for?) Offer ends when supplies are exhausted or Thursday at 11:59PM PST; whichever comes first.