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ValleyCrest celebrates Independence Day

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More than 50 flags line the street leading to its headquarters.

| July 6, 2010

CALABASAS, Calif. – ValleyCrest celebrated July Fourth by planting more than 50 American flags leading up to its corporate headquarters on the west end of Ventura Boulevard.

“It makes for a great visual show of patriotism by a business,” says Dennis Kaiser, communications senior manager for ValleyCrest. “It makes one proud to see the symbol of freedom complemented by the beautiful landscape ValleyCrest created.”

ValleyCrest arraigned the flags in two rows under the Jacaranda-lined street.
 

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