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Sunday, August 4th, 2013

With a motto of “Always Prepared,” the United States Coast Guard protects the public, the environment and the United State’s foreign interests. Since the U.S. Coast Guard was created on August 4, 1790, it has helped defend the United States during peacetime and throughout war, including engagements ranging from the American Civil War to the War on Terror. That is why August 4, which marks United States Coast Guard Day, is a great time to honor those who have served the country. Plan educational activities in the office and even have a moment of silence. And, in keeping with the spirit of the Coast Guard, you can give customized boat totes or sailboat stress relievers to thank employees who are always prepared and ready to for any task they are assigned.
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