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Labor Day

Labor Day

Labor Day in the US is celebrated on the first Monday of September. As a result of signifying the end of summer, most retailers offer good deals on clothing. In the past, Cubavera had provided about 40% off on it clothing sales for Labor Day. Another important point is that it is a federal holiday. So, people get enough time to spend and enjoy. And while you enjoy, you may shop and get the shipments through ShopUSA.

History of Labor Day

First of all, Labor Day celebrations in the US started some time during 1882. Consequently, the Labour day was made a national holiday during 1894. Though most other countries celebrate on May 1st. But, in the US it is always on the first Monday of September. This is as a result of wanting to provide a holiday in the long gap between Independence Day and Thanksgiving Day. There are fireworks, picnics, and other fun activities organized on Labor Day. And shopping for clothing and mattresses at stores such as Sears and Walmart have also become part of Labor Day traditions.

Leverage Holiday Sales

As seen earlier, the most noteworthy sales that happen during Labor Day are clothing and mattresses. In the past, Sears had given even 60% off. Besides that, shoes are also one of the most sough after items. People had availed about 75% off on various shoes at in the past. And Beyond Yoga gives about 60% discount on leggings only on Labor Day. Having bought more than a bagful, we would suggest that you choose the Premium option of ShopUSA and get 40% discount on multiple packages.

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ShopUSA’s shipment services

Labor Day recognizes the hard work put in my workers across the US and across the world. We at ShopUSA too put in a lot of effort to ensure that your shipments reach you securely, safely, and on time. Above all, ShopUSA is an international company and we ship within US and outside of US too to 100 other countries. For more information on ShopUSA and our valued added services, please do read our Frequently Asked Questions section or Mail us on

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