Thank-you flag presented to Chick-fil-A
PCB Fire Rescue A Shift donated this American Flag to Chick-fil-A on Panama City Beach Parkway recently as a thank-you for all the kindness the restaurant shows to first responders. Firefighter Daryl Paul makes the flags from retired fire hose.
Chick-fil-A Operating Partner Meghann Pipes said she appreciates how Police, Fire and EMS keep our community safe. "They do so much for the public," she said. "When they come in we try and get them served quickly because we know they could get a call at any time."
The flag hangs inside the entry door on the left wall.
Firefighter Daryl Paul has been making these flags for the last two years. He started when he worked for the Callaway Fire Department. The Arnold High School graduate estimates he's made between 50 and 100 flags. Many of them he has given away. He has shipped flags as far away as Chicago and Mexico. His customers are primarily firefighters and fire stations.
Public Information Officer Debbie Ward can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (850) 233-5100, Ext. 2261.