Media release:Through July 4th, Coosa Valley Credit Union replaced more than 40 torn and/or faded American flags on display at businesses, churches and community organizations in Northwest Georgia. Members contacted Coosa Valley by e-mail and on Facebook with locations of where flags were frayed or faded. Coosa Valley Credit Union then replaced those flags for free. “Sometimes it’s about the right thing to do for the communities we serve,” said Robert Smyth, assistant vice president of Marketing and Business Development for Coosa Valley. “We see this as another positive way to impact Northwest Georgia for our members and it has been truly wonderful to see all these new American flags flying for the Fourth. If you would like to see locations of where Coosa Valley replaced flags, please like us on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/CoosaValleyCreditUnion.” Worn flags were disposed of properly through a local veterans group associated with the Exchange Club of Rome. Coosa Valley would like to thank the Exchange Club of Rome and all local media for helping us get the word out about this project.
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