As September comes to an end and the autumn months set in, everyone tends to reflect on the summer season and holidays past. For instance, many of us enjoyed celebrating Labor Day earlier this month, a holiday known for relaxation and fun. While you might be accustomed to the tradition of Labor Day, have you ever thought about how this day originated? We’ve got you covered; read on for some Labor Day trivia and allow some summer nostalgia to take you back.
As the summer winds down, you might be looking forward to Labor Day Weekend or even looking ahead to the holiday season already. What you may not know is that there is a great reason to celebrate even sooner − National Dog Day! Here at Kramer, a company full of dog lovers, every day feels like National Dog Day.
While you were busy preparing for the 4th of July or your mid−summer beach trip, you may have forgotten to celebrate International Joke Day on July 1st! In fact, you may not have even realized that such a holiday exists! Although it is unknown how International Joke Day originated, the very first joke is believed to have taken place in ancient Greece before the great Trojan War.
June might be best known as the first official month of summer, but it is also the month of an important and historical holiday – Flag Day! While you are most likely already familiar with the basics of Flag Day, you may be surprised at how this holiday came to be and the trivia that surrounds it.
You may not have known this, but May is National Barbecue Month! It is a great time to break out the grill, throw on some charcoals and cook up some delicious food! It’s also a fantastic excuse to enjoy some barbecue with friends and family.
Kramer is always looking for new ways to become a “greener” company. We encourage employees to recycle, print less paper, and turn off lights and electronics when they are not being used in order to reduce our environmental footprint. While it’s important to remain conscious of our impact on the environment year around, it’s especially crucial to keep in mind during April; the month of Earth Day.
You’ve probably seen the flashy Mardi Gras parades on television or, perhaps you have enjoyed feasts of your favorite foods in celebration of “Fat Tuesday.” In some way, everyone is familiar with the colorful and wild holiday that is Mardi Gras.