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5 Helpful Tips for a Safe Labor Day Celebration
Aug 30th 2017

5 Helpful Tips for a Safe Labor Day Celebration

Labor Day was first celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City to commemorate the social and economic achievements of American workers. A few years later the first Monday of September was selected as the official day to pay tribute to the leadership, strong spirit, and freedom of the American workforce. Labor Day is celebrated across the country with parades, festivals, and fami … read more
Sparks Will Fly for the 4th of July: Top 4 Tips on How to Stay Safe
Jun 27th 2017

Sparks Will Fly for the 4th of July: Top 4 Tips on How to Stay Safe

Whether your 4th of July celebration will involve fireworks, grilling, or going to the beach, we have a list of easy-to-follow safety tips for you. Top 4 Safety Tips for a Responsible Holiday Celebration 1. Grilling Safety: Always follow manufacturer’s instructions when using a grill, Keep the grill away from anything that could catch fire: your house, deck, trees, etc., Never … read more
Surprisingly Safe and Easy Ways to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day
Mar 13th 2017

Surprisingly Safe and Easy Ways to Celebrate St Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is a traditional Irish feast day that takes place each year on March 17 to honor Ireland’s patron Saint Patrick for his extensive missionary work. Holiday parades and the custom of pinching people for not wearing green are fun! However, most people look forward to St. Patrick’s Day for eating traditional St. Patrick’s Day dishes, like corned beef and cabbage and Irish soda bre … read more
Happy Cinco de Mayo!
May 4th 2016

Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Did you know that 32.3 percent of U.S. firms in construction, maintenance, and repair, personal and laundry services are Mexican-owned? The first week of May is a tribute to Mexican companies, investors, talented and industrious workers, and the Mexican culture. On May 5th Mexican-American workers celebrate the Mexican army’s victory over France at the Battle of Puebla in 1862. Being not … read more