Avondale Mini Storage

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Avondale Mini Storage
Avondale Mini Storage is listed in the Warehouses Commodity & Merchandise category in Scottdale, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for Avondale Mini Storage which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Avondale Mini Storage on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 59.

Contact information for Avondale Mini Storage is:
3111 Church St
Scottdale, GA 30079
(404) 508-8000

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Avondale Mini Storage has an overall ZapScore of 59. This means that Avondale Mini Storage has a higher ZapScore than 59% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Scottdale, Georgia is 38 and in the Warehouses Commodity & Merchandise category is 33. Learn more about ZapScore.

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Happy Labor Day! Dedicated in honor of the worker, it is also appropriately called the "workingman's holiday". The holiday is dedicated to you in respect and appreciation for the work you do in or outside of the home, union or non-union, big company, small companies, or government. As long as you work somewhere at something, this holiday is for you! The first Labor Day was held celebrated in New York City on September 5, 1882 and was started by the Central Labor Union in New York City. In 1884, it was moved to the first Monday in September where it is celebrated today. Labor Day quickly became popular and one state after another voted it as a holiday. On June 28, 1894, the U.S. congress voted it a national holiday. Labor Day is also viewed as the official end of summer. While the Fall Equinox is still a couple of weeks away, kids go back to school and summer vacations are over. Labor Day tradition: This day is celebrated with a day off and union sponsored parades. Many people celebrate this weekend with one last picnic. It is also the date that many people close up the pool, and put away the boats. Was it McGuire or Maguire? Either Peter McGuire or Matthew Maguire is the Creator of Labor Day. Peter J. McGuire, was an active labor organizer. He was also general secretary of the Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners and a co-founder of the American Federation of Labor. He was believed to be the first to suggest a day be dedicated to American workers and their accomplishments. Matthew Maguire however, was secretary of the Central Labor Union in New York in 1882 and many believed that he proposed the holiday in 1882.

VJ Day Marked the end of WWII! August 14th - Japan surrenders August 15th - Surrender announced to the world September 2 - Ceremony and formal signing of surrender VJ Day also know as cessation of fighting against Japan. It is called "Victory In Japan Day or "Victory Over Japan Day". The confusion over three dates: There is some confusion over what date is V-J Day. You can consider any (or all) of three dates as V-J Day. President Harry S. Truman caused some of this confusion........ On August 14, 1945, the Japanese government cabled to the U.S. their surrender. This is the date of most modern observances. On August 15, 1945, news of the surrender was announced to the world. This sparked spontaneous celebrations over the final ending of World War II. On September 2, 1945, a formal surrender ceremony was held in Tokyo Bay aboard the USS Missouri. At the time, President Truman declared September 2 to be VJ Day. Regardless of which day you view as VJ Day, World War II was finally over.

Have a Happy National Cherry Popover Day! Today is a sweet day. It is National Cherry Popover Day. Cherry Popovers are tasty treats made from an egg batter and flour mix. This doughy muffin is filled with cherries, then baked. It is baked in either a muffin tin, or a special popover tin. either, way it is totally delicious! Everyone can participate in this special day. Just eat a cherry popover. If you are a baker, you can even have more fun today, as you bake cherry popovers. If you are going to make some to share with people at work, it is okay to make them the night before.

It's National Eat Outside Day! Ahh, the last day of August! Summer is almost over, yet you can't get enough of the great outdoors. The sun is bright and warm, the weather is great. National Eat Outside Day couldn't come at a better time. People have been eating outdoors since the days of the caveman. Nowadays, people eat most, if not all, of their meals indoors. Eating outdoors has become more of a special event, than a regular occurrance. National Eat Outdoors Day, is an opportunity to change that, if only for a day. Celebrating this special day is very easy. Find a picnic table, a park bench, or an outdoor restaurant. You can also spread a blanket out on the lawn. Use one of these special places to eat all of your meals, snacks, popsicles and ice cream, outside in sunshine and fresh air. You will be glad you did! Did You Know? Sidewalk cafes first appeared in the early 1900's in Manhattan in New York City.

Happy Frankenstein Day! This day is in honor of author Mary Wollenstone Shelley who was born on August 30,1797. She wrote the book "Frankenstein "in 1818. This day in in honor of her birth.