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Thursday Mar 06, 2008

Happy St. Patrick's Day


(NAPSI)-St. Patrick's Day is considered the national holiday in Ireland--but the first parade to mark the day was held in the U.S.

The parade took place in Boston in 1737. Since then, cities across the country have joined the fun, with Chicago largely credited for holding the largest St. Patrick's Day parade with over 2 million spectators.

Whether you're Irish or just feel like you are on St. Patrick's Day, there are plenty of ways to celebrate on March 17.  You can try cooking up some authentic corned beef and cabbage (keep that dinner warm on your buffet table in one of USAB2C's Broilking servers:

listening to Irish music or attending a St. Patrick's Day party.

Learn more about St. Patrick and traditions of the day by clicking here:


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