What she began in 1975 as a door to door small business in Arkansas, has now grown and expanded into a multi media enterprise with catalog, telephone, 3rd party, store front and internet sales. Although the company has grown and changed with the times, its core business remains the same: selling the American flag, made in America.
McCoy’s story is inspiring. She was born to a typical middle-class family in the mid-south and had little formal education after high school. She found herself a business owner during a time when business was conducted by the good ole boys. She came of age during the Vietnam War, worked her way through the 1974 recession and aligned herself firmly with the burgeoning women’s rights movement.
Through her years of experience, Kerry has come to understand that business is creative and her tour de force has been the creation of FlagandBanner.com, Brave Magazine (a bi-annual publication), Up In Your Business a weekly radio show and podcast and saving the Dreamland Ballroom.
She helms them all from the historic Taborian Hall in downtown Little Rock, Arkansas.
Learn more about how Kerry McCoy became an enterprise.
Kerry McCoy is also listed in the Encyclopedia of Arkansas.
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