During the Depression Era, the company opened its first small sewing factory in Spring City, Pennsylvania to meet the increasing demand for U.S. flags, giving a formal beginning to the Valley Forge Flag brand. World War II brought an unprecedented demand for U.S. flags. Military and other government contracts soon became the Company’s core business and remains a strategically important part of that business today. Over the years, as consumer demands have changed, so has Valley Forge Flag’s business. After World War II, sales through commercial flag dealers and mass-market retailers became increasingly important. Today, you can find Valley Forge Flag products in some of America’s most well known retail outlets, large commercial dealers, and on the Internet.