Category: military

    • National Book Lovers’ Day

      National Book Lovers’ Day harnesses all the excitement bibliophiles feel about books into one celebration on August 9th. A day for all those who love to read, National Book Lovers…

      Written by Mark Escalera
    • Know Your Customers Day

      Get to Know Your Customers Day is observed annually on the third Thursday of each quarter (January, April, July, October). This is a day to reach out to your patrons and…

      Written by Mark Escalera
    • 243 Years of Remembrance

      Each year on July 4th, the United States celebrates Independence Day. This federal holiday commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776, declaring independence from the Kingdom…

      Written by Mark Escalera
    • National Wyoming Day

      On May 24, National Wyoming Day recognizes the 44th state to join the union. Also known as The Equality State, Wyoming territory led the nation and the world in granting…

      Written by Mark Escalera
    • Thank You to Military Spouses

      NATIONAL MILITARY SPOUSE APPRECIATION DAY Always the Friday before Mother’s Day, National Military Spouse Appreciation Day is an important day when the citizens of the United States acknowledge the significant contributions, support and…

      Written by Mark Escalera
    • Enhanced Use Lease

      The Enhanced Use Lease is navigating their way through the Wyoming Business Council for funding. During the legislature they pursued funding through the legislature. While the bill passed to support…

      Written by Steve Prescott
    • Thank You Vietnam Veterans

      National Vietnam War Veterans Day on March 29 honors the men and women who served and sacrificed during the longest conflict in United States history. It was on March 29, 1973,…

      Written by Mark Escalera
    • Communication is the Key

      Do you know what one of the primary reasons for breakdowns in business transactions and marriages actually is? Lack of communication “He said.” “She said.” “They said.” The problem though…

      Written by Mark Escalera