Labor Day is always recognized and observed on the first Monday in September. An official federal holiday since 1894, Labor Day was originally a tribute to labor unions and their members. It celebrates the economic and social contributions of workers, hard workers like our long-time customers. Over time, Labor Day has grown into a low-key day off for most American workers — one last day at the beach or a day at the shopping mall.
Whether you’ll be barbecuing at home or joining the throngs of motorists, let’s take a moment to recognize the labor behind our employees. At Gene Wagner Plumbing, we realize their work is physically demanding. Our staff also needs to be able to work outdoors and indoors, alone or with a team of other plumbing professionals. The work can be challenging – they may have to stand or crouch for long periods, and lift heavy materials.
We welcome you to reflect on the community and economic achievements of American workers, giving thought to the contributions workers have made to the energy, success, and well-being of our country. Thanks to our workers, we are spending the day with our family either enjoying our friends or yes, shopping at the mall.