Labor Day – While its origins are based on the creation of a day to celebrate and honor the work of trade and labor organizations, it means something very different today. Labor Day is considered a day of rest and unofficially marks the end of summer, barbecues, days at the beach and summer sports.
Labor Day and every day, radio will be there to entertain, inform and keep listeners company. Radio will be tuned in in-car to provide weather and traffic details. Radio will be present at barbecues, parties and family reunions, providing music and entertainment.
Take a break today with radio and catch up on some reading. Here are some topics we’ve covered in the past few weeks:
- An Important Audio Device
- Radio Speaks to the “Middle Child”
- Attention Back-to-School Shoppers
- Dynamic and Interactive
- Radio Ties It All Together
- Granting Hope to Fellow Broadcast Professionals
Or if it’s audio content that you are looking for, hear directly from advertising icons, national radio personalities, marketing gurus and more – all from the Radio on Main Street podcast available here.
But whatever you do today, remember to take a break and take that break with radio – the country’s top audio choice.