L.Z. Lambeau Car Flag | Vietnam Veteran Honor Ride Flags

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Our double-sided L.Z. Lambeau Car Flags serve as souvenirs from a tribute to Vietnam veterans held at Lambeau Field in 2010. These car flags are printed on two-ply heavy polyester fabric and double-stitched with reinforced corners to withstand highway speeds. Flags are mounted on a 19" white plastic stiff pole and measure 10-1/2" x 15". 

On the weekend of May 20-22, 2010, an estimated 70,000 Vietnam veterans, their families, friends and neighbors traveled to Green Bay for three days of tributes, memorials, reunions, camaraderie, and brotherhood. The weekend featured a cross-state motorcycle honor ride and a tribute ceremony inside historic Lambeau Field.

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Most orders ship within 1 business day. Please allow 7 to 10 days for delivery on some of the International and Historic flags as well as some Specialty and State flags. Shipments on orders received after 1pm may be delayed until the next business day.

Most orders ship via USPS Priority or Speedee for local deliveries. UPS or FedEx shipping is available upon request; however, additional fees will apply to orders shipped via UPS or FedEx. We do not ship to destinations outside the United States. We will email the tracking number once order is processed.


You may return any item for any reason within 30 days of receipt for a refund, exchange, or credit. During the holidays, items purchased between November 1st and December 31st can be returned until January 31st. Shipping, handling, and all other fees are not refundable.

Please contact us immediately if your item did not arrive in perfect condition or if we sent you the wrong item.

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