National Make Lunch Count Day
National Make Lunch Count Day is a holiday that’s observed on April 13th and it’s a day on which people are encouraged to make lunch the best meal of the day. Too many American workers are either too afraid to leave their desk to go have lunch, or they end up hunching over a sad bag lunch that they brought from home and are now eating at their desk.
This is insanity that has to stop, so all workers are encouraged to go out there and have a real lunch on this day. A place with a little bit of ambiance and one that serves quality food. Maybe, just maybe, if more people take the time to observe this holiday, they’ll be inspired the rest of the year to eat fewer lunches at their desks and have more lunches with conversation and good food.
The History Of National Make Lunch Count Day
This holiday was created in 2015 by TGI Fridays. They created this holiday to encourage American workers to go out and get lunch. After all, it’s better for workers to get away from the desk for lunch at least every once in a while. It’s also pretty good for driving business to the restaurants that are going to be visited by these workers.
Observing National Make Lunch Count Day
National Make Lunch Count Day is best observed by going out and having a real lunch with friends and/or coworkers. Someplace that serves freshly-cooked food that doesn’t come out of a bag. It’s also a day to encourage people who are “desk-eaters” to leave their work hovels and go out and get a bite to eat.
While you’re observing this holiday, don’t forget to use the hashtag #NationalMakeLunchCountDay to spread the word to the millions of cubicle workers who need to leave their desks and eat out for lunch.