The Groundhog Day tradition began in Pennsylvania in the 18th Century. Records show as far back as 1841. People celebrate Punxsutawney Phil every year. Many attend the ceremony or watch online to see if the groundhog sees his shadow or not each February 2nd. Punxsutawney Phil was a star in the film, Groundhog Day. He played a minor role next to Bill Murray and Andie MacDowell.
Schools or local cities can create lapel pins to celebrate this occasion. Groundhog Day lapel pins can be simple or ornate. They can be soft enamel, cloisonné, offset printed or die struck. Pins can feature your representation of a groundhog. They can also include your business or organization’s logo or emblem. Just let us know that you want it added to the artwork and our artists will incorporate it into your design.
Groundhog Day pins can be used to identify staff members or volunteers. They can be used to promote a sale or a popular product being promoted on Groundhog’s Day. Pins can also be given to customers and attendees at your special event. This will help them remember you as a business or an organization. Include your email address, phone number or website URL so people can keep in contact with you in the future.
Celebrate Groundhog Day in a new and amazing way. Order custom lapel pins for your town’s special events. Email your request to email@example.com. You can also call 1-800-480-6822 toll-free. The website is located at http://www.lapelpinsrus.com. Make sure to bookmark our page and refer to it often. Custom lapel pins are only a phone call or email away.