Several told me that they enjoyed reading about the story of Apple in yesterday’s blog. It makes me smile when I hear that someone enjoyed the blog. I also know that there are hits and misses. I just try to have more hits than misses!
You can see that I was trying to lure you into clicking to yesterday’s blog, if you had not read it. I am also using this blog to let you know that we just sent out August eblast . We just made it under the August wire with September bearing down on us. You can sign up to get September’s eblast right to your inbox. (Here)
Since I won’t be posting on Monday, let me also wish you a good time of relaxation, grilling, family and friends on this Labor Day holiday.
And DID YOU KNOW that Labor Day became a federal holiday in 1894. Until then, it was not looked upon favorably by everyone and labor had to forfeit a day’s pay if they wished to celebrate it. On September 5, 1882, 10,000 workers took unpaid time off to march from City Hall to Union Square in New York City. That is recognized as the first Labor Day parade.