Thursday, August 29, 2013

A Tip of Daisy's Hat to the American Worker

Labor Day weekend is upon us, and it's one of the busiest times of the year at Findlay Market. Merchants are ready with fresh produce, meats, and poultry for your holiday cookouts and picnics. Although Labor Day was originally started as a day to honor the American worker with parades and speeches, the holiday has become an end-of-summer celebration for many.

In the midst of the festive events, the significance of Labor Day should not be overlooked. No matter how computers and technological advances have made our lives easier, we should remember that the wheels that make the business world turn are really the workers themselves. Such is the case at Daisy Mae's. Without our workers, our fresh produce just sits there, our inventory system goes unchanged, and our delivery truck remains parked. Our employees make things happen, and without them, we might as well shut the doors and go home.

So as you shop at Daisy Mae's this week, be extra nice to our workers. Let them know that you recognize their hard work and appreciate their efforts to help you. And when the day is done, we hope our employees get a chance to enjoy a good meal and celebrate Labor Day at Cincinnati's annual WEBN Riverfest Fireworks. Then Monday, for our staff and workers all over America, you can truly rest. You've earned it.


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