Labor Day is always held on the first Monday in September. Labor Day was the idea of Peter J. Maguire (although recent research has shown that it might have been his brother Matthew’s idea), a labor union leader who in 1882 proposed a celebration honoring the American worker.
The date chosen was simply “convenient,” according to Maguire, because it was midway between the Fourth of July and Thanksgiving.
Although the day’s focus on organized labor has diminished over the years, the holiday has become a way to mark the end of the summer season — and the start of the school year.
For dealers, the holiday weekend is a good transition to another selling season. Here's to a busy fall in your sales, parts and service departments.