Saint Patrick’s Day, also known as The Feast of Saint Patrick (in Irish: Lá Fhéile Pádraig) is a cultural and religious celebration held in predominantly English-derived countries (Ireland, Canada, The United States and New Zealand) on March 17th. Who was St. Patrick? Known as the patron saint of Ireland, Saint Patrick is one of the
With LEDs becoming cheaper and more available, halogen bulbs have slowly begun gathering dust — especially when it comes to trade show displays and lighting. Knowing the difference between halogen and LED bulbs is a necessity when determining the best solution for things like trade show lighting or when considering lighting at an event or
With Groundhog Day almost upon us, I thought I’d take today and explain what exactly Groundhog Day is. So what is it? Put simply, it’s a popular tradition celebrated here in the US, (specifically in Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania) as well as parts of Canada, such as Quebec. Celebrated every February 2nd, the tradition derives from superstitions
Every so often, our customers send us in examples of funny signs or banners that they’ve seen around the web. Today, we’ve decided to share some of them with you. Here are five of the funniest signs we’ve seen this week.