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Thread: Announcement from Graham Wind Flags

  1. #1
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    Announcement from Graham Wind Flags

    As many of you know I have been wrestling with health problems the past several years. Thankfully things have smoothed out somewhat, but I have reached the point where it is time to let the wind flag business go. So, I am handing it off to a friend of mine Matt Spradlin who I have been working with to assure the quality of Graham Wind Flags is maintained. He has all my tooling, patterns, etc so if you need Graham flags, or parts they will continue to be available. Matt is a good guy and will do a good job, so give him a shot when the need arises.

    I want to thank you all for keeping me so busy all these years!

    Rick Graham
    Last edited by RJG; 03-18-2019 at 06:52 PM.
    Rick Graham

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    When itís time, itís time.
    Great handoff.
    Matt will do a fine job, Iím sure

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    Quote Originally Posted by RJG View Post
    As many of you know I have been wrestling with health problems the past several years. Thankfully things have smoothed out somewhat, but I have reached the point where it is time to let the wind flag business go. So, I am handing it off to a friend of mine Matt Spradlin who I have been working with to assure the quality of Graham Wind Flags is maintained. He has all my tooling, patterns, etc so if you need Graham flags, or parts they will continue to be available. Matt is a good guy and will do a good job, so give him a shot when the need arises.

    I want to thank you all for keeping me so busy all these years!

    Rick Graham
    Thank you Rick for the kind words.
    I am honored to be able to continue to make these flags for more generations to use.
    Rick ia an amazing flag maker and an equally amazing teacher. I have some very big shoes to fill and I will continue to uphold the same standards and quality Graham Wind Flags are known for.
    If anyone needs any flag needs please contact me.
    (253) 279-2699 text friendly
    GrahamWindFlags@outlook.com
    www.brflags.com

    Thank you
    Matt Spradlin

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    Rick, Enjoy your retirement ....

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    You Are The Best There Is Rick!

    Quote Originally Posted by RJG View Post
    As many of you know I have been wrestling with health problems the past several years. Thankfully things have smoothed out somewhat, but I have reached the point where it is time to let the wind flag business go. So, I am handing it off to a friend of mine Matt Spradlin who I have been working with to assure the quality of Graham Wind Flags is maintained. He has all my tooling, patterns, etc so if you need Graham flags, or parts they will continue to be available. Matt is a good guy and will do a good job, so give him a shot when the need arises.

    I want to thank you all for keeping me so busy all these years!

    Rick Graham
    Rick,
    There are several of us in Michigan that have your flags and I personally want to let you know that you made the best flags! Your flags stand out from all the rest. Enjoy your retirement - you have indeed earned it!
    Matt

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    Graham flags

    I shot with some of all flag this past weekend and my graham flags while thereís were sitting still mine where moving . I love my Graham flags they are the best.

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