Every year on the first Monday of September, we gather together to celebrate the labor of the hard working Americans who helped progress the country forward in well-being. The labor unions of the late 19th century wanted to celebrate those had labored to make this country a better place. The first celebration was a parade in New York City, and was sponsored by the Central Labor Union and the Knights of Labor. Labor Day was made official by President Grove Cleveland, and was changed from its original date of May 1st to the first Monday in September! Labor Day means something different to everyone. For some it is simply a day off of school, the last real break until Christmas. Others see the day as a time to work at home and take it easy. People often times though spend the day with family and friends and celebrate a day off work where all laborers are thanked for all they do to contribute to the well-being of the nation.
In celebrating the laborers of now and of the past, we cannot forget the most American way to celebrate the day. Barbeques. Families will gather, friends will come, and most importantly, meat will be grilled, smoked, roasted, and fried. What better way to celebrate a day off than will a full cooler, good friends, and tasty food? Our silhouette displays take the celebration of those who labor and turn them into the perfect decoration for anywhere! The silhouette displays are made of a durable steel frame and are lit with retro-fit LED lights with bright and vivid colors! Celebrate those who contribute to the well being of our wonderful nation!
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