Chesapeake Harley-Davidson receives DAR flag award

On a recent red-white-and-blue autumn day, Chesapeake Harley-Davidson of Darlington received a certificate of award from DAR's Flag of the United States of America Committee for proper use, correct display and patriotic presentation of the flag of the United States. The award was presented by Joy Hare, regent of the Carter Braxton Chapter of Daughters of the American Revolution, to Mike Nobile, general manager of Chesapeake Harley-Davidson.

Regent Hare congratulated Chesapeake Harley-Davidson for flying the 20-by-40-foot United States flag above its Thunder Court entrance, illuminated 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

The DAR, whose members are descendants of patriots of the American Revolutionary War, is a non-profit service organization dedicated to preserving history, promoting patriotism and protecting America through better education for children, our future leaders. DAR and its flag recipient Chesapeake Harley-Davidson share common community goals of providing better conditions for at risk children, military and law enforcement veterans.

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