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Happy Labor Day

Today we celebrate the pride and spirit of the great men and women who have worked hard to improve the lives of not only their families but this country.


Where did Labor Day come from?


Labor Day was created as a way to acknowledge and pay tribute to the workforce for all that they have done to make your country prosperous and strong. The first Labor


Day was celebrated in New Your City, and others cities followed this example in the following years. It was in 1894 that Congress passed a law making the first Monday of September a legal holiday.


Now that you know..... have a great Labor Day!

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