Labor Day- it's more than just a three-day weekend

Observed every year on the first Monday of September, Labor Day commemorates the achievements and contributions of American laborers. Started by the American Labor Movement in the 19th century and declared a federal holiday in 1894, it's a day steeped in history, and came about as a result of working people simply wanting to be treated fairly.

You've worked hard,
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Labor Day did you know facts?
The first Labor Day

was organized in September 1882 by the unions of New York City to celebrate their members being in unions, and to show support for all unions.

Matthew Maguire,

a machinist, and Peter McGuire, a carpenter are both credited with that first New York City event

President Grover Cleveland

made Labor Day a Federal Holiday by signing it into law on June 28, 1894.

Seven Years

before the Congress passed Labor Day as a national holiday; the state of Oregon was the first to observe Labor Day as a statewide holiday

According to National Hot Dog and Sausage Council,

Americas eat over 7 billion hot dog between Memorial Day and Labor Day.