Brisk Business: Jerry Dunford, Sr. says that each Virginia Flaggers hate flag installation costs between $20k-$30k...

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Take it from ol' Jerry, hate flaggin' is expensive business, and brother, business is booming'





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It's a good thing for Sky High Poles.





Restoring the honor!







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    1. That depends on who you talk to. I have no doubt the Flaggers are installing these cheaper than that, but, I did price a project of similar size and scope of what the Flaggers are doing myself, and that's almost exactly the range I came up with. Obviously, with Tommy Goddard's Sky High Poles doing the pole work, the Flaggers are probably getting this done for a lot less, but the fact remains, this stuff isn't cheap. There is a lot of money being both raised and spent on this project, that's undeniable. You know what else is undeniable? There's no transparency. I find it interesting that most Flagger/Heritage groups register as non-profits, while the Virginia Flaggers do not appear to have done that. The reasons for that could be many, but one major benefit of not registering as a non-profit is the ability to hide financials from the public. That's just a simple fact.

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    2. Money being raised and spent ... how dastardly.

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    3. Just curious, how much goes to Virginia and the Fed? Y'all aren't on that Trump tax plan, are you?

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    4. I don't think that's any of your business.

      I know how much is usually spent on raising a flag because I asked.

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    5. I'd say an audit is in order, but that's just me...

      Hey did you hear about Tripp's day in court? The report back that I received was absolutely hilarious.

      http://restoringthehonor.blogspot.com/2016/10/ya-lose-some-ya-lose-some-more.html

      My only regret was that I couldn't have been there to witness it myself.

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