End the Summer with a Labor Day Newsletter
These email marketing templates respect the hard work of American workers.
Labor Day doesn't just end summer; it gives a much-needed pause to the labor force of America. It's one final sunny fling to rest up before it's back to work, back to school and back to fall. Family? Check. Barbecue? Check. Long weekend? Check. Mail? Nope.
Ironically, Labor Day came about after the Pullman Strike of 1894, when Grover Cleveland ordered 12,000 troops to disperse the striking railway laborers. Among the President's reasons for the action: the strike interfered with the delivery of US mail.
Before you take your day off, take some time to send your emails out on templates that express that every hard worker needs a holiday – even railway workers and those delivering the mail.