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Read more to see special notes covered in our September infographic that includes an extensive list of unique Holidays that are little know, yet a smart business may be able to capitalize upon.
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Make sure to read 10 Ideas on How Marketers Can Use Bizarre and Unique Holidays to get your juices flowing on how to use the infographic below.
September, 2014 Bizarre and Unique Holidays
This month in History:
- September 1, 1939 – Germany invades Poland, starting World War II
- September 7, 1921 – The first Miss America beauty Pageant is held in Atlantic City N.J.
- September 11, 2001 – Islamic Al-Qaeda militants flew planes into NYC’s twin World Trade Towers and the Pentagon More on September 911
- September 16, 1620 – The Mayflower sets sail from Plymouth, England. It carried pilgrims headed to the New World, to escape religious persecution.
- September 23, 1846 – The planet Neptune is first discovered by German astronomer Johann Gottfried Golle.
Famous September Birthday – find out who shares your birthday date
Flower of the Month – Aster, Morning Glory
Birthstone of the Month – Sapphire
Astrological Signs – Virgo, Aug.23 – Sept.22; Libra, Sept. 23 – Oct. 23
The Moon this month is called Harvest Moon, Blood Moon, Fruit Moon
September is also:
- Classical Music Month
- Hispanic Heritage Month
- Fall Hat Month
- International Square Dancing Month
- National Blueberry Popsicle Month
- National Courtesy Month
- National Piano Month
- Chicken Month
- Baby Safety Month
- Little League Month
- Honey Month
- Self Improvement Month
- Better Breakfast Month
September, 2014 Daily Holidays, Special and Wacky Days:
1 Emma M. Nutt Day, the first woman telephone operator
1 Labor Day First Monday of month
7 Grandparent’s Day – first Sunday after Labor Day
8 National Date Nut Bread Day – or December 22!?
12 National Video Games Day – also see Video Games Day in July
13 Uncle Sam Day – his image was first used in 1813
14 National Pet Memorial Day -second Sunday in September
15 Felt Hat Day – On this day, men traditionally put away their felt hats.
19 POW/MIA Recognition Day – Third Friday of September
20 Oktoberfest, begins, date varies
21 National Women’s Friendship Day – third Sunday in September
23 Checkers Day
26 Native American Day – fourth Friday of the month
27 International Rabbit Day – Fourth Saturday in September
28 Ask a Stupid Question Day (one of my favorite days)
28 National Good Neighbor Day – Always September 28, previously the 4th Sunday in month