Pa. Firm Ends Confederate Flag Production

"The volume didn’t amount to anything for us.”

The post-Charleston backlash against the Confederate Flag continues.

Valley Forge Flag, based in Wyomissing, has announced it will no longer produce the flag, CBS Philly reports.

“We have decided to not participate in that part of the industry by discontinuing the product, not producing it,” said company president Reggie Vandenbosch, later adding: “Being in the sales function, it didn’t even matter. The volume didn’t amount to anything for us.”

The company’s decision in the second high-profile backtracking from the Confederate flag in Pennsylvania this week: Earlier, Geno Vento of Geno’s Steaks had a flag sticker removed from a motorcycle built for his father, the shop’s founder, to take it from public display.