National Honesty Day
April basically begins with a bunch of lies (April Fool’s Day) and ends with a day celebrating and acknowledging the importance of honesty. Celebrated annually on April 30th, National Honesty Day was created by M. Hirsh Goldberg, Maryland’s former press secretary, in the early 1990s to encourage people to speak the truth and to “honor the honorable.” How should you celebrate this day? Just be truthful.
So in all honesty, we too are growing tired of spending time only in our own homes. That said, JPB is an essential business, and we are open for any of your scale and weighing needs. Let us know via the usual channels how we can be of assistance to you.