Thursday, September 11, 2008
Today is September 11th. It marks the anniversary of the bombing of the twin towers in New York City on September 11th, 2001. This tragic event caused thousands of lives to be lost. In memory of those who lost their lives all Americans that can should display an American flag. Our American flag is the fabric that bonds us together and represents our fight for freedom, that others in history have given their lives to fight. Our patriotism has pulled us through tough times. Display your flag as a symbol that we support those families that have lost loved ones by this tragedy, and make a statement that the Terrorist will not win.
What were you doing on 9-11-2001? I was working at the time at a large printing facility. My company printed commemorative posters of the twin towers. I have a select few limited edition prints that I have listed for sale. Proceeds will go to charity. Photograph taken by Evern T. Brown, from the observation deck on Tower 2 of the World Trade Center, January 2001. "One Nation, Indivisible." Measures 38" wide by 13.25" tall.
This is a high quality un-framed print $14.95, includes shipping.