Promotional Items for Groundhog Day
Monday, February 2nd, 2015
Groundhog Day began as a Pennsylvania German custom in the 18th and 19th centuries. Each February 2, people from southeastern and central Pennsylvania would gather to see if their local groundhog would leave his burrow, signifying that winter would soon come to an end, or, upon exiting his burrow, would see his shadow and retreat back into his hole, meaning another 6 weeks of winter remain. While the largest Groundhog Day celebration still remains in Pennsylvania, today people across the United States and Canada eagerly take part in this holiday tradition, and Pinnacle Promotions has products to get you ready for whichever season the groundhog predicts lies ahead. For a longer winter season, be sure to stock up on embroidered blankets and throws or a Port Authority ® R-Tek stretch fleece beanie. If warmer days are near forgo the blanket for a personalized beach towel and trade in the beanie for a Port Authority ® fashion visor!