March is a fitting time to post a FlagRunner's episode on the Girl scouts. The logo is a green 4 leaf clover with the silhouette of two young women. This is a relatively new logo to a relatively old organization. What do you think the new logo says? Custom Flags
Experts? And why would they be experts? On March 12th, 1912, the girl scouts met for the very first time. That's over a 100 years of flag flying experience right there. With an organization focused on leadership training and development for the future, the Girl Scouts do not take anything or anyone for granted. This shows in the flag display and memorial. From the engraved stone-work to the rock with the plaque, the grounds are well maintained as is the flagpole. The Amphitheater presents a nice opportunity during the warm months for people to gather and discuss. What is central? The flag.
This is a great example of flagpole positioning. The flag is not out at the street or out by the building sign, it is tucked in up by the building in a special meeting area. Even with it's own stage and audience locally on the plot of land, it can still be seen from the heavy traffic on either road as it is located on the corner of the building. This creates a dual effect. One for the intimate gatherings and outside meetings. And the other for the driver to so see the flagpole and custom Girl Scouts flag.
The Girl Scouts embrace new technology while holding on to their traditions and mission to empower young women across the country. With interactive microsites such as this one here, to camping opportunities also right here on site. This organization looks outward and inward for constant development of programs to best fit their people. The Girl Scouts are giving their people a flag to follow.