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This weekend is about YOU!

The first Labor Day was celebrated on September 5th 1882 in New York City, but was not recognized as a national holiday until declared so by President Grover Cleveland in 1894. Since that time, this day has been a celebration of generations of American workers like you.

Our economy has seen better days, companies have had to reduce staff, and all of you are being asked to take on more. We are all doing what is necessary to “weather” the storm, but we all know that this too shall pass. Ask yourself, “Why do we KNOW this too shall pass?” You will quickly find yourself remembering the generations that have came before us, and know through hard work, community, and a sense of pride we are America.

Let this year be the happiest, most celebrated, relaxed, and fun celebration of Labor Day since 1894 because you deserve it. I only have one rule for you to follow, let there be no labor on Labor Day!

Have a great Labor Day weekend, hope you all take the time to relax and just enjoy yourself. Let this day be about you and your families…… oh and great food (brats and hamburgers here I come!)

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September 2, 2010 - Posted by | Uncategorized | , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

2 Comments »

  1. Well stated Noah!

    Thank you for setting us up with the proper mindset!

    Respectfully,
    Paul Castain

    Comment by paulcastain | September 2, 2010 | Reply

    • Thank you Paul, hope you have a good and relaxing Labor Day weekend!

      Comment by noahknoble | September 3, 2010 | Reply


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