Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for a great 2019

The staff at Sign2Day is grateful for a great year and hopes your Thanksgiving is about taking the time to appreciate everything good in 2019. Our staff members also hope that it will be a safe and happy holiday for you, your family and your friends.
Happy Thanksgiving from Sign2Day Marketing CompanyWe encourage you to spend Thanksgiving day telling the people in your life just how thankful you are for them. Tell them, text or email them or even send a note through the mail. We know that when people say nice things about us — see below — if makes us feel great and want to make sure each client is happy with our work. Payment for a job well done is nice, but compliments about how we do our job, is a bonus that is priceless. We can guarantee NO ONE will be upset that you took the time and consideration to be appreciative. 
And while you’re thinking of who you can reach out to during the Thanksgiving season, enjoy these Thanksgiving trivia questions:

Did You Know This About Thanksgiving?

Happy Thanksgiving from Sign2Day Marketing Company1. What year was the celebration that is most commonly considered to be the first Thanksgiving?

A: 1621. This is the celebration that people most often talk about when they are talking about the “first” Thanksgiving. But there are others that are claimed to be the first Thanksgiving. There was another celebration in Plymouth in 1623 and one in Boston in 1631 that people claim was the actual first Thanksgiving.

2. How long did the first Thanksgiving celebration last?

A: Three days. It was celebrated much earlier than our current celebration, possibly in late September. There were about 50 European settlers and around 90 native Americans (from the Wampanoag tribe) who attended the multi-day feast.

3. Under which president did Thanksgiving become an annual holiday?

A: Abraham Lincoln. The U.S. has celebrated Thanksgiving off and on since 1774. On November, 26, 1789 George Washington made a proclamation that the country would celebrate a day of thanksgiving to God. Lincoln proclaimed Thanksgiving a national holiday after Sarah Joseph Hale, the woman who wrote “Mary Had A Little Lamb,” convinced Lincoln to make Thanksgiving a national holiday. That came after writing letters to him for 17 years.

4. Was turkey served at the first Thanksgiving?

A: Turkey wasn’t served at the first Thanksgiving. Legend has it that venison, duck, goose, oysters, lobster, eel, and fish were shared, along with pumpkins and cranberries. Surprisingly, it is believed that the pumpkins were served in a stew and in pies, although slightly different than we make today. 

5. Which president was the first to give a turkey a presidential pardon?

A: Ronald Reagan. John F. Kennedy was the first president on record for unofficially sparing a Turkey in 1963. The Reagan administration in 1987 gave the first official presidential pardon to a turkey as a joke. The turkey was spared and put into a petting zoo. George H. Bush made it an annual tradition in 1989 and each president since has carried on the tradition.

 

Thankful for Kind Words About our Marketing Services at Sign2Day

“Three things: high quality pieces, ridiculous customer service, on time delivery. For me, the service of helping me easily create the right piece is why I do business with Sign2Day, The high quality prints are icing on the cake!” – Daniel B.

 

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We at Sign2Day hope you enjoy the entire Thanksgiving week. If you would like help designing marketing materials or developing a marketing strategy for 2020, please contact us right away by clicking here.

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