Hot dogs, a long weekend and the last few days of summer are reason enough to create a national holiday. Although these things have become synonymous with Labor Day, its real meaning is far more personal for Americans.
Labor Day is a holiday created out of recognition for the hard work and dedication of all U.S. citizens resulting in our nation’s greatness. For more than 130 years, we have celebrated the social and economic achievements of American workers on this holiday.
On Sept. 3, take time to appreciate your accomplishments and revel in the hard-earned prosperity we enjoy.