2015 Melaleuca Freedom Celebration Photo Gallery. Spectators numbering over 150,000 were treated to a dazzling patriotic display at the 23rd Annual Melaleuca Freedom Celebration. Every Fourth of July, Melaleuca puts on an unforgettable Independence Day show, and this year’s event was no exception. It was highlighted by two exciting ceremonies: one recognizing Melaleuca and another where Melaleuca did the recognizing. First, the U.S. Department of Defense presented Melaleuca with the Seven Seals Award, a prestigious honor that recognizes employers for their outstanding patriotism and … [Read more...]
Happy Fourth of July from Melaleuca!
10 Fun Facts About Independence Day Happy Independence Day! The United States of America is 239 years old today! Melaleuca is a patriotic and military-friendly employer that is proud to call this great nation home. We wish everyone a wonderful Fourth of July filled with family, friends, food, fireworks, and fun. America was borne out of an idea that “all men are created equal” and that “life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness” were God-given rights. Thomas Jefferson, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence, believed these principles were central to … [Read more...]
Wishing You An Excellent Memorial Day Weekend
Have a great Memorial Day Weekend! We remember all those who have served to protect our freedoms. Get all sorts of great patriotic information at the Melaleuca Freedom Celebration website. … [Read more...]
44 Reasons America Is Free – A Presidents’ Day Infographic
Why is Barack Obama the 44th president, but only 43 different men have held the office? Good question. That's because Grover Cleveland is listed in both the 22nd and the 24th positions. He is the only president to have been elected to two non-consecutive terms. The holiday began as Washington's Birthday (February 22) and was instituted nationally in 1885. A 1971 law, aimed at providing workers with an ample supply of 3-day weekends, moved the celebration to the 3rd Monday in February—though it kept "Washington's Birthday" as the official name for the day. After that change there was … [Read more...]