Jaguars News | Jacksonville Jaguars -

Jaguars Issue Call for Flags Out Ahead of Thursday Night Football


JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Jacksonville Jaguars return home next Thursday night, Sept. 24 for a prime time intrastate matchup with the Miami Dolphins at 8:20 p.m. ET. And while limited capacity restrictions mean not everyone in Jacksonville can be together at TIAA Bank Field, the Jaguars have issued a call for "Flags Out" to turn the city teal and rally as one under the banner of DuvALL TOGETHER. Fans can now visit to purchase their limited edition flag for the 2020 season.

The DuvALL TOGETHER flag is a standard 3' x 5' size with grommets for easy display. The limited-edition flag is available for $35 plus shipping. Current Jaguars season ticket members will receive a flag in the mail. Any non-renewed season ticket members will receive a custom code via email for $10 off the purchase of a flag. Net proceeds from the "Flags Out" campaign will benefit the Jaguars Foundation and its annual programs and initiatives.

"DuvALL TOGETHER is not a corporate tagline," said Julian Duncan, Jaguars chief marketing officer and senior vice president of social responsibility and impact. "Rather, it is a declaration of unity that reinforces our belief that when we come together in solidarity we are stronger than those things that threaten to divide us. This energy is part of what makes our Jaguars fans so amazing. And the fact that this statement and creative execution was developed in collaboration with our friends at Threat Supply makes it all the more meaningful."

When developing the "Flags Out" concept, Duncan and his team sought input from local creatives to capture the emotion of the community during this unique time.  Austin and Alexa Ellis, longtime Jaguars fans and owners of Jacksonville-based apparel company Threat Supply, collaborated on the creation and design of the DuvALL TOGETHER flag. The Jaguars then took the concept one step further and used it as a theme for the entire season, including the creation of a one-of-a-kind anthem video featuring local business owners and fans, including Ellis.  

"To be able to partner with the Jaguars on a project like this is huge," said Austin Ellis. "It's more than just a flag. It's a rallying cry for all of Duval County. Jacksonville is a very diverse city, a city of cities, with each community having different backgrounds. DuvALL TOGETHER is an opportunity to learn about our neighbors and see things from a different perspective."

The DuvALL TOGETHER flags go on sale today at The sale will continue while the limited edition supplies last.

Related Content