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Posted by Debbie Clark on October 5, 2016 | Last Updated: February 22, 2021 Boss's Day Flowers

Show Your Appreciation- Boss’s Day

The idea for National Boss’s Day originated in 1958 when Patricia Bays Haroski, an employee at State Farm Insurance Company, registered the holiday with the United States Chamber of Commerce. She imagined the purpose to be both to show appreciation for her boss, and to improve the relationship between employees and supervisors overall. Four years later – in her home state of Illinois – Governor Otto Kerner confirmed Haroski’s registration and officially established the holiday. The event’s popularity is currently growing outside the United States and is observed in Australia, India, and South Africa.

Zeidler’s Flowers has some great ideas to show your boss your appreciation. Perhaps you want to thank him for always taking care of the team. Maybe you want to thank her for helping you to move forward in your career. Whatever your boss has done to make your work environment a better place, October 17th is the day to say thank you!

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Quick Fact – October 16th is the official date for Boss’s Day, but if it falls on a weekend, as it does this year, the holiday is celebrated on the closest workday.

Zeidler’s Flowers has the sophisticated, elegant and unique gifts that will look fantastic on anyone’s desk. You may also wish to honor your boss with one of our delicious gourmet baskets that they can either share with the office or close their door and enjoy! Fruit, chocolate, cookies, meats, and cheeses – we truly have something for every boss!

We spend more daylight hours at the office or at our jobs than anyplace else. If you are one of the lucky employees who has a boss who is supportive, encouraging, fun-loving and makes the workplace a great place to be – tell them that you think they are awesome with a gift from Zeidler’s Flowers. Boss’s Day is October 17 – give us a call and we’ll help you plan a gift they will truly appreciate.