Memorial Day in the USA is now celebrated on the last Monday of May, which in 2012 will be May 28. Before it was changed by an Act of Congress in 1968, Memorial Day was traditionally celebrated on May 30 of each year. The genesis of Memorial Day can be traced back to the US Civil War and although it has undergone both name and date changes it is still a day to remember those who served in the US Military and especially those who gave their life in battle.
Veterans Organizations throughout the Nation see to it that every known grave of a military person who died in war is decorated with a flag in Veterans Cemeteries.For those that are not buried in Military Cemeteries, commemorations are brought by the families. The Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone with an inserted American Flag is a traditional grave maker placed in remembrance on Memorial Day.
The Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone is designed using a combination of weather resistant material carnations in Red, White and Blue and finished with a plastic American Flag. The Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone is perfect for grave side memorials on Memorial Day, 4th of July and Veterans Day to commemorate Service Members, Police Officers, Firemen and others who have served the Country. The Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone is securely designed in a one piece spiked Cemetery Cone for secure displaying over a prolonged period of time.
The Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone is suitable for displaying at Soldiers Memorial Sites or other National Memorial Sites. The Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone is shipped directly to you from the Florist in Jersey City, NJ, the home of LAROSE.COM.
If you order a Red, White and Blue Cemetery Cone to be sent directly to a Cemetery, please contact the cemetery office and be sure that they will accept your delivery and place it at the grave.