Monday, July 8th, 2013 thru Wednesday, August 7th, 2013
The melting pot of ethnicities and backgrounds of people around the world make it difficult to customize promotional products on the basis of religion. However, just being mindful of the traditions and history related to each specific holiday can show customers and employees that you have taken the time to become informed about their backgrounds.
Ramadan is a religious observance followed by people of the Islamic faith. This holiday occurs during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which tradition states was when the Qur’an, or holy book, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. Muslims fast from true dawn until the sun goes down in order to learn the qualities of patience, sacrifice, and humility.
Gifts are not traditionally given as part of Ramadan’s observance, but keep Muslim employees and clients in mind during the holiday season in December with secular corporate gifts or desk sets.
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