Although the act of giving gifts in baskets is an old tradition, it has evolved greatly over time to meet the needs of our ever-changing society. Today, the largest amount of gift baskets are sold and given away during popular holidays like Christmas, Mother’s Day, and Valentine’s Day. The following infographic offers more information on gift basket trends and essentials, and also includes a helpful guide on how to assemble the perfect gift basket for your next holiday gift giving party.
Thanksgiving is a tradition that dates back to before the formation of the United States however most people know less about its origins than they think. For example, did you know that, contrary to popular belief, the first Thanksgiving on our shores was celebrated with Indians but not with Pilgrims and took place in what is now West Texas not in Plymouth, Massachusetts? In this infographic, you’ll find a collection of useful and interesting facts and figures about Thanksgiving.
When did the first Thanksgiving take place? How many miles do Americans travel to visit their families during Thanksgiving weekend? What is the heaviest turkey on record in the world weight? If these are questions you have been asking yourself every time Thanksgiving holiday takes place, then you’ll want to explore the following infographic entitled, “Demystifying Thanksgiving.”
We use our phones for everything. In fact, some of us couldn’t get through the holidays without it. But just why is it so important? In the infographic below, Asurion takes a look at what Americans use their cellphones for most.
Engaging customer service during the year can be stressful enough but consumers find it even more frustrating during the holidays. Service isn’t always a sleigh ride for consumers, but that doesn’t mean they aren’t doing something about it. Today’s consumers want a consistent, seamless customer experience across all channels and interactions.
Think you know a lot about the upcoming holiday, Thanksgiving? eReplacementParts.com has some information that might have you second-guessing your turkey-day knowledge. In their newest infographic, explore the fun-facts that make Thanksgiving one of the best holidays of the year. It touches on little known information about cranberries, turkeys, pies, and just about everything that has to do with the upcoming feast.
Back on November 29, 1888, Thanksgiving occurred on the first day of Hanukkah. This overlap is happening again this year, but will not occur again for another 79,043 years afterwards! Celebrate Thanksgivukkah with this infographic.
Americans and spending more than ever on the Halloween season. This year expect to see more decorations, more candy and more costumes. Over 70% of Americans will celebrate Halloween, more than any year this past decade. How much will they spend? How much candy will be consumed? And what are the major costumes trends for this year?
Upon learning that on average, the UK spends about 50% less on Father’s Day than Mother’s Day, Red Letter Days investigated just how much Father’s Day means to the UK. Stats also show that Americans are much more generous, spending more on their fathers and mothers than the Brits. Take a look at this infographic and discover some Father’s Day stats which might make you want to re-think your Father’s Day gift this year.
Memorial Day is much more than a day for barbequing and cars sales. Traditions have been lost over the years as many Americans may not recall the true meaning of this day, which is a day of remembering the men and women who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. The following infographic by Low VA Rates provides more information about this National Day of Remembrance.
Did you know that Mother’s Day has been around for almost a hundred years? The holiday was originally founded by Anna Jarvis and signed as a joint resolution by President Woodrow Wilson on on May 8th, 1914, designating the second Sunday in May to be a honorary day for mothers. Learn all about this holiday in the following infographic.
Mother’s Day may be reaching its 99th anniversary, but excitement for celebrating mothers hasn’t died down one bit. One thing that has changed, however, is the etiquette: it’s not just about celebrating your own mother anymore. In the modern world, Mother’s Day is about celebrating all of the wonderful mothers in your life. In that spirit, FTD takes a look at the data showing how people are really celebrating.
This one in to us a bit late but nevertheless, an Easter-Spring infographic from The Blog at FireplaceMall with funny ¨facts¨ about this very peculiar bunny and the way he delivers his candy.
St. Patrick’s Day is just a couple of days away and in honor of the occasion, Halloween Express wants to share with you six mean and very green drink recipes. Don’t have too much fun!