What Is Flag Day?

On June 14, 1777, the Second Continental Congress, by resolution, adopted the US Flag, consisting of thirteen stripes and thirteen stars for the thirteen colonies. Over the years a star was added when each additional state was admitted to the union. We now have 50 stars but the thirteen stripes remain as a symbol of the original colonies.

It was not until August 3, 1949 that National Flag Day was established by an act of congress. Flag day while observed nationwide is not an official federal holiday,

We fly the US flags on June 14 to commemorate the day when the first US flag was adopted.

Now I bet you are wondering how this ties in with our Fresh Air Purifiers.  Well here goes..    It really doesn’t.

But flags do wave in the air.

So as you see the American flag waving think of all the clean air you want to breathe.