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Published on December 14th, 2011 | by Colleen Corkery


Holidays You Don’t Want to Forget to Remember

SmileyHow sharp would you say your memory is? I’d compare mine to that of a spoon. I never remember birthdays (sorry Dad), my grocery store list (I write it out, but forget to bring it with me), and I constantly forget the point I’m trying to make in a story… What were we talking about? Let’s just say, I get “distracted.” Remembering the holidays is important, especially when it comes to email marketing. Preparation, planning, and staying ahead of the game is essential for a successful campaign or sale (hence we released our Everything Holiday marketing resource site in early October). However, if you’re anything like me, a little reminder goes a long way. So, save a post-it and check out these upcoming holidays/observances you don’t want to forget to remember:


  • 12/20: Hanukkah begins
  • 12/21: Solstice/Winter begins
  • 12/25: Christmas
  • 12/26: Kwanzaa begins
  • 12/26: Boxing Day
  • 12/31: New Year’s Eve


  • 1/1: New Year
  • 1/17: Martin Luther King Jr. Day
  • 1/23: Chinese/Lunar New Year
  • 1/26: Australia Day


  • 2/2 Groundhog Day
  • 2/5: Super Bowl XLVI Sunday
  • 2/14: Valentine’s Day
  • 2/20: Presidents’ Day
  • 2/21: Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras
  • 2/29: Leap Day

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