Labor Day 2015: What Stores, Businesses, Banks, Restaurants Are Open Or Closed On Monday

Danny Cox

Labor day 2015 is just around the corner, and everyone is already making plans for the three-day weekend that the majority of workers will have. It's one that gives laborers the chance to take a day for them, but not everyone will be at home or living it up. It's time to check out which businesses, banks, stores, and more will be open or closed for Labor Day.

Please make sure to always check with your local offices for any business because some may not be closed the entire day, but simply have shortened hours.

Also, don't expect any sanitation or recycling services as well.

FedEx will also be closed for Labor Day with no Express, Ground, Home Delivery, or Freight. On Tuesday, Sept. 8, everything will be running normally again, except for home delivery.

Smaller institutions are typically closed on Labor Day. The bigger banks such as Chase, Bank of America, CitiBank, and others are sometimes open on holidays such as this, but not Labor Day.

Please take notice of your local grocery stores' and pharmacies' hours, though, as this may not be the case. Some of them are only open for shorter hours, and others are not opening their doors at all on Monday. The same can be said for numerous restaurants, especially local eateries.

Labor Day 2015 has a lot of sales coming too so please take notice now and be prepared for any items you may want to pick up at a great bargain. For all those simply taking the weekend to relax, make sure you know what is open or closed for Labor Day, and it will be time without stress.

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