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The American Tribute Project ® UNITED WE STAND.. How It Began The American Tribute is a firework salute and poem created in 2001 by a North Carolina family.

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1 The American Tribute Project ® UNITED WE STAND.

2 How It Began The American Tribute is a firework salute and poem created in 2001 by a North Carolina family to unite us in a time of grief, and to celebrate our nation.

3 The Story Unfolds The American Tribute firework salute was incorporated into Fourth of July events from San Francisco to New York harbor.

4 The Impact of the Message The American Tribute poem was read at many of the events, and the stanza spread across the country.

5 The American Tribute Stanza Red, for the blood of many heroes shed; White, for freedom's light still shining bright; and Blue, for the courage to stand tall and true!

6 We forget what is important to remember Lack of Unity is a greater problem today than ever before in our nation’s history Unmarked Memorials are what we call every American flag without a call to remember The Problem

7 Making flag displays across the country a memorial, a unifying reminder, is our goal Cast metal markers with the Tribute stanza are the symbols we are using Our Project

8 Support the Project by sponsoring The American Tribute memorial for your flag, or for another public flag display in your community The Donation for the package is $ – including plaque/bracket costs, installation, and a gift to the Wounded Warrior Project Our Proposal

9 Thanks for the privilege of meeting with you and sharing our story and our dream And helping us to share it with others…. Project Founders


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