Monthly Archives: August 2012

Labor Day 2012

Photo of Labor Day Stamp

On September 3, 1956, the US Post Office Department released a commemorative stamp honoring American workers—the "Labor Day" stamp. In 1894, Congress designated the first Monday in September as a federal holiday known as “Labor Day.” The 3-cent stamp paid the postage on a one-ounce first-class letter.

God give me work, till my life shall end. 
And life, till my work is done.
—Epitaph of Winifred Holtby

It was in 1884 when Labor Day was first proclaimed to be a federal holiday in the U.S. The occasion is still held as the holiday that honors and appreciates the contribution of each worker on whose shoulders the nation rests.

We at Transformations Furniture wish you and your’s a safe and happy Labor Day!

Transformations Logo

Indy CSO on GSA

GREAT NEWS! We have recently added chairs with slide-in ottomans to our GSA Pricelist! Chairs with slide-in ottomans can be found in our Indy Collection and include the Highstreet, Hudson, Keystone and Quincy Series. For more information or to download the new GSA price list, click here or visit

Photo of Transformations Arlington CSO product

New Designs Coming Soon!

Abstract Photo Art with text - New Designs Coming Soon!