866-440-3284 for Franchise Information

ImageWhat is Labor Day exactly? Labor Day is a marvelous day to celebrate the social and economic contribution of workers. Recognized in 1984, Labor Day was created after the Labor movement and celebrated on the first Monday of every September. This national holiday celebrates the prosperity, the achievements, and how great our country truly is with end-of-summer BBQ’s and family events.

So how about that rule that you can’t wear white after Labor Day? Way back when, when the holiday came about, people had various reasons on this so called “rule”.  Back before there was air conditioning and swamp coolers, there was belief that the only way to stay cool in the summer time was by wearing white.  Another myth of the rule was that wearing white before Labor Day showed economic status. Only wealthy people could afford to wear white in the summer, and then change their outfit preferences in the fall, summer and spring. Nowadays, the confusion of this rule has people questioning on whether or not this is still a valid regulation. What exactly qualifies as “after Labor Day”? Isn’t everyday technically after Labor Day? Maybe there is a reset button for when you can wear white again. Whatever the case, the rule seems more symbolic, and there are plenty of rule breakers out there that challenge the rule.

Whether you’re a rule breaker or a fashionista, a good BBQ isn’t complete without a great dish. Check out this healthy fruit recipe to be a show stopper no matter what color you wear to the party.

© KAHALA FRANCHISING, LLC., All Rights Reserved

You may submit additional information and questions to Maui Wowi Hawaiian Coffees & Smoothies Franchise Development Department at:
franchising@kahalamgmt.com or Kahala Franchising, LLC – 9311 E. Via de Ventura, Scottsdale, AZ 85258

All trademarks referenced are property of their respective owners. The information provided herein is for informational purposes only and is not intended as an offer to sell, or the solicitation of an offer to buy, a franchise; nor is it directed to the residents of any particular jurisdiction within the U.S. or elsewhere. The following states currently regulate the offer and sale of franchises: CA, HI, IL, IN, MD, MI, MN, NY, ND, RI, SD, VA, WA, and WI. If you are a resident of one of these states, or of a jurisdiction that has similar requirements, we will not offer you a franchise until we have completed the applicable registration (or obtained the exemption from registration) and complied with any other applicable pre-sale registration and/or disclosure requirements in the applicable jurisdiction. Regardless of what state you reside in, an offering can only be made by a franchise disclosure document.