Fly the Flag

At Wyson Financial, we have a tradition that many of our clients enjoy.

We have Wyson Financial flags, and we want to see how many unique places in the world we can see them flying. We are inviting our clients and friends to help us “Fly the Flag.”

Here is how it works:

  1. Stop by our office and pick up a flag.
  2. Take it with you on a trip and take a photo of yourself holding the flag anywhere in the world (limit three photos per household).
  3. Return the flag to our office, along with your photo, and we will post it on our website.
    (If you do not live near our office, please call and we will mail you a flag.)

Dave & Vicki standing at the base of the Tonto Natural Bridge in Arizona

Steve exploring the countryside of beautiful Canada

Don and Sharon at our new office

Joe in Keyport, Washington, exploring the Naval Undersea Museum

Marianne with the Wyson Flag in France, exploring Normandy and the Five Beaches of D-Day.

Ken and Shirley in Washington at the graduation of their grandson, from the Firefighting Academy of the East Metro Training Group

Gary and Linda in Seville, Spain, at the Maestranza Bullring, pretending they were bullfighters

Brian and Margaret visiting the world-famous wine-growing region of Napa Valley, California

Launa and Tracie sightseeing and working on their tans in Puerto Rico

Roger with the Wyson Flag at Mt Rushmore in South Dakota

Martin and Penny on vacation in the Northeast, visiting Niagara Falls

John and Nancy in front of the Commonwealth building in Waltham, MA.

Jan at the Eyjafjallajokull glacier in Iceland.

Roger sitting on the mythical animal of North American folklore, the jackalope, in South Dakota.

Doug and Linda traveled to Borneo, a giant rugged island in Southeast Asia known for its beaches and biodiverse rainforest.

Joe, Christa, Steve, and Marsha with the Wyson flag in Germany.

Ray and Marianne sightseeing and soaking up the sun in the Mexican Riviera.

Jason with the Wyson flag underwater in Puerto Rico.

Gary and Karen before their free flight around Kolob and Pine Valley, which they won at the Sun River Computer Club banquet.

Jim and Sharon before their free flight around majestic Southern Utah, which they won at one of our events.

Roger at The Cross in Groom, Texas. The Cross in 190’ tall, weighs 1,250 tons and visible for 20 miles.

Mike and Bill in Kauai at a Hawaiian luau (their wives didn’t want to be in the picture).

Kirk and Janeil RVing the Alaskan Highway. They travelled 8,408 total miles on this trip during the summer of 2015.

Sharon sitting on a jackalope statue outside of Wall Drug in South Dakota.

Marlys at Keukenhof Gardens in Amsterdam before embarking on her Rhine River Cruise

Jody on top of the Poas Volcano in Costa Rica.

Rexine touring Italy and finding time to enjoy the Leaning Tower of Pisa.

John hanging out "Down-Under" in Sydney, Australia, and exploring the adjacent
Darling Harbour.

Jim enjoying the views and weather while vacationing near Paia, Hawaii (on the Island of Maui)

Sharon hanging out at a random “The Yellow Deli” restaurant.

Dave and Vicki Evans at the INYO mine in Death Valley, CA.

Erik and Barbara visited Barbados and the surroundings islands on the Royal Clipper (the largest Full-Rigged Sailing Ship in the world with 42 sails)

Terry and friends in Ushuaia, Argentina, which is commonly regarded as the southernmost city in the world.

Dave and Vicki at the Joss House State Historic Park, the oldest Chinese temple still in use (Weaverville, California).

Richard in the Shaanxi Province of China, visiting the Terra Cotta Army.

Bud at the American Cemetery at Normandy and Joyce at the Eiffel Tower.

Christa flying the Wyson Flag in Munich, Germany, with sister Theresa and daughter Kathrine.

Don in North Platte, Nebraska, standing next to the America’s 20th Century Veterans Memorial.

Ken, Shirley, and Doug at the site of Pickleball’s original game in Spokane, WA.

David and Vicki exploring the beautiful red rock on the Camelback Trail.

Bruce and Karen vacationing in Ketchikan, Alaska, known as the “Salmon Capital of the World.”

Sam and Melissa in front of the ruins of Chichen Itza in Mexico (one of the New 7 Wonders of the World).

Jan and her sisters at the end of the 200-mile Colorado Ragnar. Picture taken at the base of Snowmass Ski Resort
(8,104 feet of elevation).