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Let The Preparations Begin

Are you all keeping up with the excitement of the festive season? With the commencement of Columbus Day on 12th October 2015, the trail of festivals has already begun. A marketing effort of such enormous proportions is probably yet to be seen and we at Mensuas.com, are pulling it off! We kick started the celebration by giving upto 50% off sitewide encouraging users to shop, shop, and then shop some more with us. But, more is yet to come. Let us look at the best holiday, festive type times to shop at Mensuas and grab the best of the best by paying the least.
  • Columbus Day:

Columbus Day is a federal holiday celebrated on the second Monday of October which marks the discovery of New America by Christopher Columbus on October 12th, 1492. Mensuas is giving away everything (men's underwear and men's swimwear styles) at never before "Upto 50% Off". You can choose anything from the site at the most affordable prices.
  • Halloween Day:

This might a creepy one, but it surely brings along a lot of joy and sweetness along. Celebrated on October 31st, Halloween is all about "trick or treat". Although, it is more about the kids asking for candies and cut-out pumpkins with lit candles inside them; adults too can be a part of it. However, they can celebrate the way they want. While the kids are out trick or treating", you can be shopping on Mensuas.com.
  • Veterans Day:

Celebrated in honoring all the veterans who fought in the various wars for America; November 11th is commemorated to their lives. Instead of celebrating the world peace, the day now celebrates the U.S. military and its achievements. Veterans Day is celebrated as an American annual holiday.
  • Thanksgiving Day:

One of the most awaited day of the year is Thanksgiving Day, which is celebrated on the 4th Thursday of November (26th November, 2015). Thanksgiving was started after pilgrims from Massachusettes survived the harsh winters in 1621 with the help of the Native Americans. It is celebrated by cooking stuffed turkey, sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie.
  • Black Friday:

As I mentioned in my one of my previous blogs about Black Friday; this mega shopping event comes the next day after Thanksgiving and officially it is signifies the start of the holiday shopping season. Various stores in America offer the biggest discounts on their products and services and is the biggest sale of the year. You should start saving if you want to "shop till you drop" at Mensuas.
  • Cyber Monday:

Celebrated on the first Monday after the Thanksgiving vacations, Cyber Monday works on the same principle as Black Friday, except that it occurs online only. The sale/discounts promote people to shop online instead of shopping from brick and mortar shops.
  • Hanukkah:

A Jewish holiday celebrated by honoring time old traditions. Lighting 8 candles and usually giving gifts on all eight days. Each lighting of the candle has significance and is important to the spirit of holiday.
  • Christmas:

Should I say anything about this? Okay! The day celebrated as the birth of Jesus Christ. This holiday is celebrated worldwide and includes the exchange of gifts, meeting friends and relatives, making the nativity scene, decorating the Christmas tree and many other things. These are the days that you must mark in your calendars but, did you notice that I have not mentioned any details about the various days except Columbus Day? Yeah! I did this on purpose to keep the excitement intact. You'll be notified as per the events come closer. So, start working on your wish list and jot down your favorite men's underwear style and brand.

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2 thoughts on β€œLet The Preparations Begin”

  1. avatar Aaric Cole says:

    I am excited about the upcoming events and this just keeps me reminding about it. Thanks for the informative blog John.

  2. avatar Jacob Smith says:

    It indeed is the time when we all start to gear up for the festive season with Columbus Day and ends at Christmas. Lots of shopping and fun is what makes them so cherished. Thank you this blog that reminded me of the actual reason why these days are celebrated and will be my personal reminder for the upcoming holidays and celebrations.

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