We just can't seem to get our numbers right when it comes to ordering historic, patriotic "Appeal To Heaven" flags. They've been so popular over the past six weeks that Grassfire was forced to make THREE SEPARATE ORDERS because these colonial-era, Revolutionary War banners keep selling out!

Just when we thought we had it all figured out, our fulfillment team discovered they were one "Appeal To Heaven" flag short. ONE! So, to get the best price, Grassfire had to buy 100 more banners, which arrived in our warehouse YESTERDAY.

That means we have 99 "Pine Tree" banners available to sell over Labor Day Weekend. To reserve yours, click here or on the banner below now. We'll send you one or three 3' x 5' "Appeal To Heaven" flags in appreciation for helping Grassfire build with a gift of $25, $50 or more. Shipping is FREE:

EXCLUSIVE BONUS OFFER: Act now and receive a three-PAK of pro-faith and pro-America, 3' x 5' flags for only $50. Click here for the the Christian flag, "Stars & Stripes" AND Gadsden flag -- also with FREE shipping! (Click on the individual images below to order each flag separately.)

+ + Reserve One "Appeal To Heaven" Flag For $25 Or Three For $50

The "Appeal To Heaven" flag dates back to shortly before the Revolutionary War. In 1772, Britain's "Timber for the Navy Act" allowed the King to take an unlimited number of white pine trees from the colonies for ship masts and booms. Colonists reacted so negatively, it led to New Hampshire's infamous "Pine Tree Riot," which occurred one year before the Boston Tea Party and three years before the Battles of Lexington and Concord.

According to AppealToHeaven.org, the white pine was placed on flags of the American Revolution to remind the colonies of the overreach of the government. George Washington, Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army, flew the "Appeal To Heaven" (or "Pine Tree") flag in October 1775, as "a symbol of solidarity, conviction and encouragement to fight for liberty."

Even after 250 years, our 3' x 5' "Appeal To Heaven" flags serve as a warning against the overreach of government. The "Pine Tree" banner STILL represents resistance to tyranny, desire for independence and America's reliance on God.

These 100% polyester banners have two brass grommets and double stitching on three sides. The fourth side is QUADRUPLE stitched to help prevent tearing. Again, a NEW shipment of "Appeal To Heaven" flags arrived YESTERDAY. We only have 99 available for FREE, immediate shipping! So, click here to reserve one 3' x 5' "Pine Tree" flag for $25 or three for $50. Shipping is absolutely FREE!

Join the hundreds of Grassfire team members who have already received this historic "Pine Tree" banner. Unfurling the "Appeal To Heaven" flag outside their home, office, church or school will share your faith in God and pride in America -- at the same time! Thanks, in advance, for your generous support today.

Standing for life, liberty and limited government,

The Grassfire Team

P.S. In his 1690 book, Second Treatise of Government, author John Locke wrote: "And where the body of the people, or any single man, is deprived of their right, or is under the exercise of a power without right, and have no appeal on earth, then they have a liberty to appeal to heaven." Click here or on the banner below to reserve the historic and patriotic "Pine Tree" flag in appreciation for your contribution of $25, $50 or more to help Grassfire build:



The Story Behind the Pine Tree Flags of the American Revolution

Second Treatise of Government by John Locke