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Labor Day; A History Revisited

Labor Day stems from our history in the last 19th century. It came to be as trade unions and labor movements became popular and people wanted to celebrate the labor.happy-labor-day-pictures-4

It also marks our unofficial end of summer, most students go back to school before or around Labor Day. Vacations are taken around this time, and sports are starting their seasons again.

More than that though, Labor Day brings us our big shopping sales, some of the most prevalent are Macy’s, Nordstroms, Bloomingdales, and more. Most big stores start to promote their sales even now (a few days beforehand) to get the most shoppers.

Get shopping while the shopping is good! Good luck to everyone out there! 🙂

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