National Mole Day is held on October 23rd from 6:02 a.m. to 6:02 p.m. Mole Day is designed to encourage interest in chemistry and commemorate Avagadro’s number (6.02 x 10^23); a basic unit of measuring in chemistry. Schools throughout the United States celebrate National Mole Day by carrying out various activities related to chemistry and learning about the mole and its related measuring units.
Help foster interest in chemistry by promoting National Mole Day with ePromos. Customize lab coats and let employees or student wear them around for the day. People will be curious and ask them questions. One of the best ways to get a message across is to first intrigue the person’s curiosity.
Once a person’s attention is caught, keep their minds focused by giving them an awesome stack of custom Mole Day sticky notes. These little memo pads are awesome to keep in a bag and take out when ever needed so they are bound to spread to others attention as well.
Becoming part of Mole Day is nothing less than extraordinary: you get the chance to promote an intriguing holiday, educate others about a unique topic, and spread your brand name among people that have a common interest!
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