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YOU’RE WELCOMEGIVING DAY – Day After Thanksgiving

You're Welcomegiving - Day After ThankgsgivingYOU’RE WELCOMEGIVING DAY

You’re Welcomegiving Day is observed annually on the day after Thanksgiving. Conventionally when someone thanks us for a kindness or service, we respond by saying, “You’re Welcome.”  So, it was inevitable that someone would suggest the day after Thanksgiving we should begin to celebrate You’re Welomegiving Day.  

HOW TO OBSERVE

Make sure to say You’re Welcome. Use #YoureWelcomegivingDay to post on social media.

HISTORY

Richard Ankli of Ann Arbor, Michigan, creator of the unreasonable holiday Sourest Day and the rhyming May Ray Day, designated You’re Welcomegiving Day in 1977 as a way to create a four-day weekend.

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DATES
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