Did you know…
- Labor Day was first observed September 5, 1882 in New York City, with a parade of 10,000 workers thought to be organized by Peter J. McGuire, a Carpenters and Joiners Union secretary.
- Congress and President Grover Cleveland passed a bill to establish Labor Day as a federal holiday in 1894.
So, other than having a great excuse to take a long weekend and have an end-of-summer barbecue, why do we celebrate Labor Day?
Thought you'd never ask.
- We celebrate the 154.4 milion people over age 16 that comprise our country's work force.
- We celebrate the 83% of fulltime workers covered by health insurance.
- We celebrate the 78% of private industry workers who receive a paid vacation as one of their benefits.
- We celebrate moonlighters, self-employed workers and independent contractors.
Here at Rich's, we celebrate all our employees and vendors — the many people who faithfully serve at our five Puget Sound-area stores. We are so grateful to you!
We're especially thankful to you, our valued customer, for choosing to shop at Rich's.
Traditionally, we've hosted our biggest sale of the year during the week prior to Labor Day, and this year is no exception.
Plus, you’ll find some great deals on patio furniture during our final clearance; save up to 70% off.
Not only that, but you can save thousands on hot tubs – we have over 100 to choose from.
The sale runs Wed, August 31 through Labor Day 2011 at Rich's 5 Puget Sound showrooms in Lynnwood, Bellevue, Tacoma, Southcenter, and Silverdale.
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