Patriot Day is a time to come together and unite, remembering those we lost and honoring heroes who are still with us. From a dark day in our nation’s history comes the promise of a nation standing strong. Marked by an American flag, the symbol of freedom, this card can be sent to family, friends, anyone touched by this tragedy, letting them know you’re thinking of them, offering comfort and keeping the patriotic spirit alive.
Shine a light on the bravery shown by so many on September 11th, 2001 with this inspirational Patriot Day card. Featuring the American flag proudly waving against the bright sky lined with stars, it’s a way to show your support for anyone who lost someone on that tragic day, or to honor a special hero in your life. What a touching way to remember while keeping the brave spirit our country was built upon in their mind and in their heart.
Red, white & blue stars frame this Patriot Day card, which is a special way to pay tribute to those we lost on that tragic day in America’s history and to honor those who embody the brave spirit this country was built upon. The stirring words, ”We honor. We remember. We unite,” will stay with them and remind them to reflect on the past, but look toward the future with strength and pride.
From the humble beginnings of the American Revolution to the fifty states that fly our flag today, our country has endured and thrived despite war, tragedy, and fierce opposition. This 9/11, honor the Americans past, present, and future who have paid the price for our freedom. Send this Patriot's Day card in remembrance of the ones we’ve lost and in honor of those who still fight.
Almost two decades have past, but the memory of such a tragic day in American history is something that will stay with us always: in the memories of the people we lost and in the brave spirit of those who risked their own lives to save the lives of others. Featuring the backdrop of the New York City skyline, Twin Towers proudly standing along with the Statue of Liberty and other landmarks, this Patriot Day card is an inspiring way to remember that we stand strong, always.
Whether you lost someone on 9/11 or knew of someone who did, the Twin Tower attacks changed your life forever. As the 16th anniversary of that tragic day approaches, send this Patriot Day card to your friends and family. The patriotic design honors the strength of the American people, while the message shows that the days may pass, but the memories will never fade.
A wooden background in red, white and blue depicts the American flag on this proud Patriot Day card. It’s a reminder that in the face of tragedy, this country comes together, uniting and becoming stronger. It’s a way to keep the memories of those who have fallen alive while honoring those heroes who are still in our lives today, who embrace the spirit this nation was built upon so many years ago.
The New York City skyline is lit up bright at night, with two blue lights shining down in tribute to the Twin Towers that fell on that tragic day. It’s a reminder that through despair, we as a country only grow stronger. For anyone who suffered a loss or displayed bravery on that fateful day, this inspiring card will let them know that those who have gone are never forgotten as their spirit, along with the spirit of this proud country, lives on in our hearts forever.
Oh, say, does that star spangled banner yet wave! Even on the dark days that followed the attacks on September 11, 2001, the broad stripes and bright stars of the American flag reminded us that hope was not lost. Celebrate that hope this year by sending this Patriot Day card to your family and friends. Let the red, white, and blue remind you of America’s heritage and legacy and your part in it.
September 11, 2001, was one of the darkest days in our country's history, but it was also a day that showed the strength, bravery, and unity of the American people. This year, to remember the people who were lost and to celebrate the American spirit, send this Patriot Day card to your loved ones. The stars and stripes are the best way to honor this historic day and what it means for us all.