Labor Day originated as part of the labor movement in the United States during the late 19th Century. It became a federal holiday in 1894. Over the last 120+ years, we’ve come to celebrate Labor Day in a wide variety of ways. For many, the Labor Day Weekend marks the un-official end of summer. Kids are getting back to school. Cooler days are in the forecast. Baseball season is getting playoff fever.
As our amusement industry clients know, Labor Day is anything but a day off. It marks an extra day of opportunity while most everyone else celebrates the last 3-day weekend of the summer. So be sure you pick up the charcoal and burgers and enjoy the bounce house and be sure to miss the windmill on that mini-golf course!