National Be Heard Day - March 7
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NATIONAL BE HEARD DAY

Each year on the 7th day of March, National Be Heard Day is observed across the country by small businesses.

This day was created as a day to be dedicated to the over 145 million small businesses in the United States that are struggling to break through the big-business dominated times.  Now is the time for these small businesses to “be heard”.  There are many ways for this to be done, be it through creative marketing, smart publicity tactics, strong visual appearance or any of the other inventive ways of making their presence known.

HOW TO OBSERVE

Small businesses, be heard!  Review your approach to marketing, take a look at trends in social media and make your presence known. Use #NationalBeHeardDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Our research has found that National Be Heard Day was created in 2006 by Business Mentor Shannon Cherry.

 

National Cereal Day - March 7
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NATIONAL CEREAL DAY

Get your bowl and your spoon ready as March 7th is National Cereal Day.  Since the end of the 19th century, cereal has become America’s most popular breakfast food.

Do you remember mornings eating a bowl of cereal, reading the back of the box and trying to find the toy inside the box?

Now, not only is cereal eaten for breakfast, it has become a popular before bed snack and some people even have a bowl as an evening meal.  Cereal is also used in many cake, cookie and bar recipes.  The most popular one is Rice Crispy Bar Treats.

For more information, visit the National Day Calendar page for National Cereal Day.

 

National Crown of Roast Pork - March 7
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NATIONAL CROWN ROAST OF PORK DAY

March 7th recognizes National Crown Roast of Pork Day.  It would be the day to set a nice table and prepare a feast with a crown roast of pork.

To make a crown roast of pork, a pork loin is formed into a circle with the ribs pointing upwards forming the peaks of a crown.  Often they are held together with twine.  It is then seasoned and often times stuffed, roasted and served, making a beautiful centerpiece on the table.  The ends of the bones may be given a paper-frill treatment for added decoration.

HOW TO OBSERVE

You may want to try one of the following crown roast of pork recipes:

Crown Roast of Pork
Stuffed Crown Roast of Pork

Use #CrownRoastOfPorkDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Within our research we were unable to identify the creator of National Crown of Roast Pork Day.

 

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