Pantone Colors of the Year

Pantone Colors of the Year

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Morbi est arcu, ornare vel nunc non, rutrum placerat lacus. Donec in vestibulum erat, eu iaculis ipsum. Integer dictum condimentum imperdiet. Aenean ultrices aliquet enim, eget bibendum mauris ultrices eu. Donec vel purus sed lectus semper consequat. In lorem odio, ornare quis consequat ac, tincidunt eu mauris. Donec tempor diam eu tincidunt vehicula. Nam pellentesque euismod hendrerit.

Cras vitae ullamcorper velit. Aenean tempor consequat ornare. Sed enim metus, faucibus semper cursus vitae, lobortis in arcu. Curabitur sed velit congue, scelerisque nunc nec, consequat nulla. Etiam vitae enim vitae nibh faucibus congue a eu ligula. Aenean interdum imperdiet diam, at aliquam arcu tempor eu. Sed odio augue, facilisis eu ante in, pellentesque iaculis mauris. Vivamus ut eleifend dui, eu egestas lorem. Cras eu tortor ut turpis cursus hendrerit in sed justo. Aenean venenatis nulla sed sodales rutrum. Curabitur nec pulvinar eros, nec sodales metus.

Praesent tempor vestibulum magna ac lobortis. Phasellus consectetur nunc in vulputate bibendum. Maecenas luctus lectus sit amet arcu vehicula, eu laoreet metus molestie. Phasellus ut porta nunc, scelerisque iaculis arcu. Sed at lectus ac nulla eleifend egestas quis eu mi. Mauris arcu urna, luctus dictum lorem luctus, dignissim rutrum sapien. Suspendisse mollis, tortor suscipit hendrerit venenatis, neque nunc sagittis nisi, ut aliquet purus metus id eros. Sed dictum fringilla tincidunt.

Pantone Green

Pantone Green

Pantone Green!

As a child I remember the Keep America Beautiful garbage cans in the cities I visited. It instilled in me the good habit that litter belongs in it’s place to keep our America looking good at all times. keep america beautiful Waukesha

My family attended most every parade to salute the troops for Memorial Day, Fourth of July and Labor Day. We visited the local VFW hall for a fish fry to support the veterans or the memorial park to hear the trumpets play taps for those that were buried but not forgotten. It gave us a a sense of pride that we, as Americans, were truly the Home of the Brave.

Ever serviceman or veteran that we saw, we thanked for their service as part of our “All American” team. They always replied with a “thank you” or “I was proud to serve our country.” Color, race or creed didn’t matter, an American was only known to us as true red, white and blue.

As adults it is our American duty to educate and teach the younger generations what we were taught. Keep America Beautiful for it is the Home of the Brave.

When visiting our store in Waukesha make sure to share stories of your service or those of a loved one. #homeofthebrave

New products for summer coming soon Dismiss