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This upcoming weekend is bound to be one for the books. From the opening of the Texas Tech football season, to tailgates, to a long labor day weekend, there are plenty of opportunities for a good time. While you're relaxing at home or hanging out with friends and family on Monday, you may start to wonder, why do we get to have this day off and what is labor day? Well look no further, we have the answers right here!

- Labor Day is always the first Monday in September.
- Labor Day was created as an effect of the labor movement .
- The purpose of Labor Day is to thank the American workers for their contributions to the well-being of the United States.
- It is still unsure as to who is the founder of Labor Day.
- The first Labor Day was celebrated on Tuesday, September 5, 1882, in New York City.
- 1884 is the year when it was decided that Labor Day would be on the first Monday of September.

As the long weekend approaches us, it's time to start making plans for backyard barbeques, pool parties, and most importantly, tailgates. As you start to fire up the grill and head off to tailgates, it's important to remember these safety tips:

- Respect food temperatures
- Bring a fire extinguisher and first aid kid
- Take extra precaution in parking lots if you are grilling at a tailgate
- Hide or do not bring valuables to the football game - you never know how will be searching your car during the game
- Enjoy yourself!

Have a safe long weekend!! Check our blog weekly for more articles like this!

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