Labor Day was created during the labor movement in New York City, September 1882. Since that time it has been a staple in American holidays, representing many things to various Americans. For some, it marks the end of summer, for others it marks the start to a new school year and a new season of the NFL and college football. But for those who have forgotten, Labor Day is a tribute to the contributions, strength, and hard work of the American workforce. MRIS would like to say Thank You to all our customers for the hard work you do every day.
We hope everyone enjoys their Labor Day weekend!
For more information on the history of Labor Day, visit the United States Department of Labor website*