Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Lapel Pins Are Classic

The National Society of the Sons of the American Revolution (NSSAR) was organized on April 30, 1889, the 100th anniversary of the inauguration of George Washington as the United States’ very first President.  The fraternal and civic society was inspired by  the Sons of Revolutionary Sires, a group of descendants of patriots involved in the American Revolution, as a way to commemorate the signing of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776.

The National Society was chartered by an Act signed by President Theodore Roosevelt in 1906 that authorized the granting of charters to societies in various states and territories. Today, it is well-known for its historical, educational, and patriotic ties to the American Revolution. NSSAR is responsible for a number of youth outreach programs including the Americanism Elementary School Poster Contest, the Joseph S. Rumbaugh Historical Oration Contest, and the ROTC/JROTC Recognition Program.

NSSAR contacted us because they wanted a class lapel pin to give to all of their Congress members.  Using their design ideas, we were able to create a pin that was memorable and rich in detail.  Here are some things to note about their pin’s design:

  • It was created in soft enamel. Soft enamel pins are popular because they are durable and long lasting.  They can be created in any size or shape according to the ideas that you share with us.
  • It features the colors red, white, and blue which are symbolic of patriotism in the United States. At Lapel Pins Plus, you can include up to 7 colors on your lapel pins for free.  This is just one more way to set your pins apart.
  • It has the state of North Carolina on it. A bold graphic really attracts attention to your pins.  You can use an image, a logo or a photograph to add detail to your custom designed lapel pins.
  • It explains who the pin was intended for–2011 SAR Congress. Personalizing your lapel pins with names, dates, and locations add to their sentimental value.  They also…

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