For Labor Day, thank your local workers’ union

Workers on a lunch break.

American workers on a lunch break.

In the US, if you enjoyed the day off today, you have to thank your local workers’ union for it.

Labor Day commemorates the International Workers’ Day – commonly occurring on May 1st in most other countries of the world.

In the US, Labor Day goes back to 1887 when the first event was made official by president Grover Cleveland of the Democratic party, to promote the rights of workers.

Remarkably, the domain name LaborDay.com was registered in 1997 and it hasn’t been much more than a landing page on GreetingCards.com since. The latter is owned by the same company, Versimedia, Inc.

It’s noteworthy that many of these early domain registrants of such event-related domains, have not taken advantage of the land they have been sitting on; these web sites provide no information on the event, or any other related content of substance after almost two decades of registration – yet, they like to call themselves “pioneers”.

Maybe it’s time for some “joint ventures” or has this paradigm been shifted as well?

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