Selling Tips to Celebrate Washington’s Birthday

Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze's 1851 painting "Washington Crossing the Delaware" forms a backdrop at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. (Timothy A. Clary/AFP/Getty Images / February 20, 2012)

Some of you might not remember President’s day ever being called Washington’s Birthday, but that’s what we used to call it when I was a kid. Back in 1968 they passed a bill to change the observation of Washington’s Birthday (Feb 22) to the third Monday in February. Like many political decisions, it’s a long story. However, I know many people now welcome the opportunity for a mid-winter break with this long weekend, even though I know many of you still had to work. If you had the day off, congratulations. To those of you out there selling–because President’s Day is probably best now known for sales–I wanted to make you aware of a link to our UK-based family member, Stahls’ Target Transfers. On their website they have a link to marketing tips and ideas. Of course they are geared to garment decoraters in the United Kingdom, but I think heat press owners everywhere will appreciate this link.

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