A North Carolina City Demanded that Marcus Lemonis’ Camping World business remove the American flag flying on his property (See below).

The town has filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction to require the removal of the flag.

The city of Statesville is also fining the business $50 a day.

CEO Lamonis responded to the request on Fox Business’s Bulls & Bears.

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It’s hard to believe but a North Carolina town has filed a lawsuit seeking an injunction to require Gander RV in Statesville, North Carolina to take down their American Flag.

In addition, they are imposing a $50/day fine retroactive to 10/15/18.

Well, the Camping World CEO isn’t taking the flag down even with the fine:

Camping World CEO Marcus Lemonis said, “I don’t care if (the fine) goes to $500 a day. It’s not coming down. My family has been car dealers, had been car dealers since the 1960s, and our key trademark was always flying our flag in our dealership in South Florida.”

Many cities like Statesville have requested that Camping World and Gander Outdoors take down their American Flags.

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Camping World’s Facebook page posted a defiant claim that “WE WON’T DO IT!”

“Stand with us.”

“This is about more than just the flag. This is about our Veterans, Military, and the men and women that have sacrificed for this great country. They are the reason we fly the flag and they are the reason we will NOT take it down!”

Sign the petition – http://chng.it/9NstTr8nCS.

It’s hard to imagine that an American flag could be too big for anyone!

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