Due to supply chain issues, we reserve the right to substitute the Annin brand with another brand of equal quality when the Annin brand is not available in a timely manner.
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Get a free, friendly quote on custom banner and flag printing, sewing and embroidering, all made in the USA. Our expert graphic designers can help you create advertising flags, custom banners for trade show displays, light pole banners and more.
Born and raised in Batesville, Cecelia Wilson graduated from Batesville High School and earned a Bachelor's degree from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. Cecelia lives in central Arkansas with her husband, Dennis, and has two children, a grown son and daughter, Cody and Cheyenne.
For more than a decade, Cecelia has been the Feature Writer for Searcy Living magazine. Over the years, she has penned articles introducing readers to governors, senators, Grammy Award-winning musicians, and individuals from all walks of life. In addition to writing articles, books, and youth plays, Cecelia is a singer, pastor's wife, play director, and acts in community theaters, commercials, film, and television.
Have you heard of the 10,000-hour rule? It was made popular by author Malcom Gladwell, who wrote the bestselling book, Outliers: The Story of Success. Mr. Gladwell said you need 10,000 hours practice at something to be a phenom. To be freakishly awesome, and to be such a standout among your peers that your first name is enough to tell people who you are: Think Peyton, Tiger, Venus, Kobe, Oprah.