We want to remind you that Presidents' Day is on February 20 and our office will be closed on this day. Before you take off, please make sure to set your out-of-office messages and let your team know if you plan to take additional time off around the holiday.
This holiday celebrates the lives of all US Presidents, including George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, and reinforces the ideals of equality and government by and for the people. It's a great opportunity to learn more about and appreciate each other's rich cultures.
We hope you spend the day in whatever way best suits you and have a relaxing day off.
The People Team
Hey everyone! 👋 Just popping in to give you a friendly heads-up: the office will be taking a break on February 20th for Presidents' Day. 🗓️ Time to unwind and enjoy the long weekend!
Before you hit pause, don't forget to set those out-of-office messages to let everyone know when you'll be back in action. And if you're planning to extend the fun with some extra time off, give your team a heads-up too. We're all about keeping everyone in the loop! 😉
Presidents' Day is more than just a day off—it's a celebration of our legendary leaders like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. It's like a giant high-five to all the amazing Presidents who've shaped our nation! 🎉 Plus, it's a time to reflect on the core principles of equality and government by and for the people. Let's keep those ideals shining bright! ⚖️
So, take this day to relax, recharge, and do whatever brings you joy. You've earned it! Enjoy every moment of your well-deserved day off. 😃
Remember: the office will be closed on February 20 for Presidents’ Day.
Before then, please make sure to set your out-of-office messages to let colleagues and customers know when you’ll be back online. Also, remind your team if you are taking additional time off around the holiday.
We hope you spend the day in whatever way best suits you. Have a restful day off.
Presidents' Day is a federal holiday in the United States celebrated on the third Monday of February. It honors George Washington, the first President of the United States, and Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President. The day is a combined celebration of Washington's birthday (February 22) and Lincoln's birthday (February 12).
Although Presidents' Day was originally intended to celebrate only Washington and Lincoln, over time it has become more commonly viewed as a day to celebrate all U.S. presidents. This includes not only the first and sixteenth presidents, but also all of the others who have served in between. In addition to being a day off from work or school, Presidents' Day is a time when many people take the opportunity to learn more about America's history and its presidents.