The society’s flag uses French colors and is formed of a white cross fimbriated by an alternatively red and blue border. These borders are separated from quarterly blue and red squares by a white border.
The Chesapeake Bay Flag Association (CBFA) is a group of flag enthusiasts from the Mid-Atlantic US States (Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and West Virginia) and the District of Columbia. Founded in 1993 they have been a FIAV member since 1995. Visit their website at cbfa.vexillology.info. We are happy to have their support for Vexiday!
For 2016, three members of the group will be displaying flags from their collections:
Dale Grimes will have US World War II flags on display on the roadside near his home in Sparrows Point, MD.
Peter Ansoff will have a display on his flagpoles at his home in Annandale, VA.
Nick Artimovich will have a display of 14 historic American flags at the Department of Transportation offices in Washington, DC. To arrange a visit, please contact Nick at email@example.com.
Welcome to our first Asian sponsor: the Indian Vexillological Association (IVA)! The Association was founded in 1995 and has been a FIAV member since 2007.
For 1 October 2016, IVA President Kambhampati Sanjeeva Rao will be exhibiting all countries’ national flags at his workplace in Nalgonda. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the exhibit and the IVA.
Polskie Towarzystwo Weksylologiczne celebrates Vexiday by inviting new members to join our association. Sign up at weksylologia.pl. We will hold a meeting and everyone sharing our interest is invited. To celebrate Vexiday we encourage you to hang out your flags from balconies to show your adoration for our joint endeavour-vexillology. Visit our website for more information.