Thanksgiving Day is a yearly tradition that dates back to the 1620s. A feast was held by early settlers at the end of a successful harvest season to give thanks for bountiful crops, but it was celebrated on different dates by the separate colonies. In 1789, President George Washington proclaimed the first federally designated Thanksgiving Day and his successors appointed a day each year for the holiday. It wasn’t until 1863 that President Abraham Lincoln declared Thanksgiving be observed on the last Thursday of every November. In 1939, however, November had five Thursdays. In hopes to boost the economy by extending the buying season before Christmas, President Franklin D. Roosevelt declared Thanksgiving for the fourth Thursday instead of the last one. Two years later, Roosevelt signed into federal law the official changing of Thanksgiving Day to the fourth Thursday in November.
The TXSG offices will be closed Thursday, November 26th and Friday, November 27th as we celebrate with our loved ones and give thanks for the countless blessings we have received throughout this year. We extend our thanks to YOU for your business, trust and confidence!
• If you need technical assistance, please call 512.249.5252 and select Option 1 to leave a voicemail. Your message will be responded to on Monday, November 30th during normal business hours.
• If you need immediate assistance, please call 512.249.5252 and select Option 2 and an on-call technician will return your call within 30 minutes.*
Wishing you and yours a wonderful Thanksgiving!
*Please note: There will be an after hours service charge for any support requests not covered under a Managed Service Agreement.