NATIONAL EAT A HOAGIE DAY
National Eat A Hoagie Day is observed annually on September 14th.
The hoagie consists of a meats, cheeses, vegetables, sauces and seasonings on a long roll of Italian or French bread. The hoagie goes by many names including:
- hero sandwich
- Italian sandwich
- submarine sandwich
“Hoggies” was a nickname for Italian workers at the Hog Island shipyard in Philadelphia during World War I. These workers were known for bringing giant sandwiches for lunch. The nickname became associated with the sandwich and the spelling has been altered over time.
Stop off at your favorite joint and pick up a hoagie. Use #NationalHoagieDay on social media.
The origins of National Hoagie Day, an “unofficial” National day, are currently unknown.
NATIONAL DRINK WINE DAY CRUISE EVENT FEB 2016
On National Drink Wine Day, you can be aboard a fabulous Caribbean Cruise. Join us as we celebrate this National Day. For more information, CLICK HERE.
NATIONAL BOSS/EMPLOYEE EXCHANGE DAY
Each year on the Monday following Labor day, you could have the opportunity to see how the other half within your company works as it is National Boss/Employee Exchange Day.
On this day, you and your boss can switch places for the day and see how the other one spends their day. Can you do their job? Can they do your job? Use #Boss/EmployeeExchangeDay to post on social media.
The origins of National Boss/Employee Exchange Day, an “unofficial” National day, have not been determined.
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NATIONAL CREAM FILLED DONUT DAY
National Cream Filled Donut Day is held annually on September 14th to recognize one of our favorite foods. Whether you enjoy a vanilla filled, chocolate filled or many of the other varieties, cream filled donuts offer many ways to satisfy your sweet tooth.
Go out and enjoy a Cream Filled Donut or make some of your own. Here is a “Tried and True” Cream Filled Donut recipe. Use #CreamFilledDonutDay to post on social media.
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