National High Five Day is April 16th. It's fun , and easy to celebrate this special day. Give a High Five to everyone you see. This includes friends, family, passersby, and total strangers. The more high fives you give, the better. The creation of this special day dates back to 2002. It was created by college students at the University of Virginia. Those students were Conor Lastowka from San Diego, California, Sam Miotke of Corvallis, Oregon, and Wynn Walent of New York City. They celebrated with lemonade and a profusion of High Fives. The act of giving a "High Five", dates back to 1977, when it was first used during a Basketball game. Their congratulatory gesture caught on rapidly, and has been popular ever since. This is referred to as a "National" day. However, we did not find any congressional records or presidential proclamations for this day.
These were given to employees who were nominated for the employee of the month but did not receive the honors. The price point is great and the employees who recevied them have them posted in their cubicals.
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