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1st Thursday in April

National Day

On the first Thursday in April we express thanks to police officers, teachers, youth leaders, parents, and volunteers for their hard work on the Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.) Program. D.A.R.E. programs have taught our Nation’s young people about the dangers of drug use and encouraged them to lead productive, drug free, and violence free lives. All the people involved in the D.A.R.E. program are opening the lines of communication between law enforcement and todays youth. Your educational institution can help reach the young children with car wash equipment like promo car wash kits, logo imprinted buckets, promotional sponges, and promotional shammy towels. These are great for fundraisers! For some other great promotional opportunities, check out our promotional calendar. Promote National DARE Day with ePromos Promotional Products

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Last Wednesday in April
Administrative Professionals Day

Show your secretaries, receptionists, and administrative assistants that you cherish the hard work they put in every day by celebrating Administrative Professionals Day. Previously known as National Secretaries Day, this holiday is observed on the last Wednesday in April. It’s a great time to show employees how much you care about them! History of the Holiday Administrative Professionals Day was created in 1952 by Harry F. Klemfuss of Young & Rubicam, who noticed the importance and value of this position to a company. Klemfuss handled the Dictaphone Corporation account for his advertising agency, and it was at this job where he used his skills to encourage more women to seek receptionist roles, and to promote the position’s significance. His arguments were heard by Mary Barrett and Victor Toldoya, presidents of what was then called the National Secretaries Association (today, this organization is known as The International Association of Administrative Professionals, or IAAP). Klemfuss and his fellow account executives proposed the idea for a week-long celebration, and National Secretaries Week was held for the first time that year. In 2000, the name was changed to Administrative Professionals Day to keep up with the ever changing responsibilities and job titles of the workforce. Today, this secular holiday is celebrated not only in the United States, but across the globe in countries including Hong Kong, Malaysia, South Africa, and New Zealand. Ideas for How to Recognize & Celebrate Your Employees Change the background on their desktop or laptop computer to a message from […]

Last Wednesday in April
Administrative Professionals Day

Show your secretaries, receptionists, and administrative assistants that you cherish the hard work they put in every day by celebrating Administrative Professionals Day. Previously known as National Secretaries Day, this holiday is observed on the last Wednesday in April. It’s a great time to show employees how much you care about them! History of the Holiday Administrative Professionals Day was created in 1952 by Harry F. Klemfuss of Young & Rubicam, who noticed the importance and value of this position to a company. Klemfuss handled the Dictaphone Corporation account for his advertising agency, and it was at this job where he used his skills to encourage more women to seek receptionist roles, and to promote the position’s significance. His arguments were heard by Mary Barrett and Victor Toldoya, presidents of what was then called the National Secretaries Association (today, this organization is known as The International Association of Administrative Professionals, or IAAP). Klemfuss and his fellow account executives proposed the idea for a week-long celebration, and National Secretaries Week was held for the first time that year. In 2000, the name was changed to Administrative Professionals Day to keep up with the ever changing responsibilities and job titles of the workforce. Today, this secular holiday is celebrated not only in the United States, but across the globe in countries including Hong Kong, Malaysia, South Africa, and New Zealand. Ideas for How to Recognize & Celebrate Your Employees Change the background on their desktop or laptop computer to a message from […]