is nothing quite like a long weekend! Especially one that signals the
transition from one season to the next. This Labor Day weekend, we hope you’ll
take much needed time to rest, recharge, and celebrate in IonLoop style.
matter your plans, our collection of negative ion bracelets and magnet bracelets will be a perfect fit. While
we don’t recommend watching the clock when enjoying some R&R, if you feel
underdressed with your trusted timepiece, you need to check out our collection
of smart sport watches.
you unwind, we invite you to read our quick rundown on why we celebrate Labor
Day in the first place!
Labor Day: A Brief History
every year on the first Monday of September, Labor Day honors the American workforce. According to the U.S.
Department of Labor, “It constitutes a yearly national tribute to the
contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity, and well-being of
But how and when did it begin?
started at the local level between 1885-1886, with various states passing
pursuing legislation to make the holiday official. New York took the lead;
however, the first state to enact the law was Oregon in 1887.
states soon followed, namely Colorado, Massachusetts, New Jersey, and New York.
Soon after, Connecticut, Nebraska, and Pennsylvania joined the movement. It
wasn’t until June 28, 1894 that Congress made Labor Day a legal holiday, after
an additional 23 states had already begun celebrating.
enough, it was actually a Tuesday that marked the first nationwide Labor Day
Holiday -- September 5, 1882; however, on June 28, 1894, President Grover
Cleveland signed legislation reserving the first Monday in September as the official holiday.
you’re planning a mini-getaway, backyard BBQ, or taking time to tee off on your
favorite green, you should enhance your experience by harnessing the natural, restorative
power of negative ions.
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