A three-day sale is a marketing technique used in various retail industries to attract customers and boost sales volumes over the duration of the promotion. These sales are frequently designed to liquidate overstocked products and often feature items purchased by the company in bulk at a discounted
Brother's Day is May 24. The day is set aside to celebrate the bond between brothers. Women or girls who have a brother can also use this day to tell their brothers how much they love and appreciate them.
In the Northern Hemisphere, the official summer season begins with the June solstice, which takes place on June 20th, 21st or 22nd each year, and ends with the September equinox, which takes place on September 22nd or 23rd each year; the exact duration of summer depends on when the solstice and equi
Mother's Day in 2015 was celebrated on Sunday, May 10th and is scheduled to fall on May 8th in 2016. Mother's Day is a celebration that falls on the second Sunday of May, meaning it potentially occurs as early as May 8 or as late as May 14.
In 1966, Congress and President Lyndon B. Johnson recognized Waterloo, New York as having the first Memorial Day 100 years earlier. However, multiple towns claim to be the birthplace of Memorial Day, and the holiday’s long evolution makes it unclear who actually started it. On top of that, there are
November is the eleventh month of the calendar year and contains 30 days, or four weeks and two days if counting by a measurement of weeks. Important holidays in the United States that occur in the month of November include Veterans' Day (November 11) and Thanksgiving (the fourth Thursday occurring
"Opposite Day" is not an officially recognized holiday. There are some references to "Opposite Day" being on January 25. Generally, "Opposite Day" is simply declared on any day, and it begins whenever the starter says so.
There are 30 days in June. June is the sixth month of the year and is preceded by May and followed by July. Both May and July have 31 days.
Christmas occurs each year on the 25th of December; in 2014 Christmas falls on a Thursday. In 2015, Christmas will occur on a Friday, and in 2016 it will fall on a Sunday. Christmas will not fall on a Thursday again for more than 10 years.
Christmas day is different to every family, person and group. Some celebrate at home by opening presents, singing carols and decorating. Others travel to parties or visit places they've never visited. Christmas has evolved throughout the years into numerous traditions.