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September 21, 2023

We Regret to Inform You That National Pizza Day Has Come and Gone

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Just before midnight last night my phone reminded me that February 9 is National Pizza Day, an event celebrated year-round at accounting firms across the country. Why February 9? I’m not exactly sure, and Googling it only got me a bunch of weird AI-populated websites about the history of pizza. Did find this though:

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I’ve tagged this to Partners Corner to be sure the handful partners who read here will set a calendar reminder for 2024 so we never again miss this important day.

While you’re here, I invite you to dive into Pizza Parties In Lieu of Compensation: A Comprehensive History, that article will remind you that National Pizza Day and National Pizza Party Day are two distinct events. While National Pizza Day has sadly passed, we can look forward to National Pizza Party Day on Friday, May 19.

Stay billable, friends!

 

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