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The city of Marion has informed me that it does not have a flag.
Valentin Poposki, 30 January 2010
The City of Marion and Collins Flags have partnered to give the community an
opportunity to purchase a city flag to fly at your home, an office building, or
any other facility. The flag displays the “M” mark (for Marion), the main
component of the City of Marion’s brand which was established in 2017. On the
flag, the “M” graphic is displayed on a pure white background. The flag was
custom-made by Collins for the City of Marion and the community.
The City is in possession of the first flag, and is in the process of purchasing remaining flags for other City-owned facilities. The community is invited to order the city flag at the Collins Flags Store over the next few months. After these months transpire and the community has ample time to purchase a flag, there will be a unified flag-raising ceremony at Noon (EDT) on May 20th, 2019, Marion’s anniversary date.
The Marion “M” on the flag and the entire City of Marion brand was developed by students and volunteers of Marion Design Co. of Indiana Wesleyan University through collaboration among citizens and community leaders. “Made by the many spaces within the heartbeat of our community, the new M comes from within and out of the ground and points toward the future of what Marion will become,” Marion Design Co. quoted in their brand presentation.
Learn more at
VexiNews, 13 April 2019