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image by Randy Young, 7 February 2016
The TJX Companies, Inc., is an American clothing and home goods company based
in Framingham, Massachusetts. The company is best known as the parent of T.J.
Maxx, the clothing department store chain; as well as similar stores Marshalls
and Sierra Trading Post, and T.K. Maxx in Europe. The TJX Companies began in
1956 as a store called Zayre, which was later sold to a rival company, Ames.
I found two flags online representing the TJX Companies. The main corporate flag features the company's logo in white on a red field (http://www.tjx.com/img/home_page/img_tjx_sign_flags.jpg). The logo consists of the letters "TJX" in large letters on the left, with the name of the company spelled out in smaller white letters stretching to the right. The entire logo is underlined in white. The second flag represents the Canadian assets of TJX (http://static-images.talentegg.ca/virtual%20world%202%20%281%29.png), and has the letters "TJX" in very large red letters toward hoist with the word "CANADA" in smaller, red, capital letters below, starting under the "X." All of the logo is on a white field.
Randy Young, 7 February 2016