New Presidents’ Day Infographic Celebrates Leaders of our Nation

New Presidents Day Infographic Celebrates the Leaders of our Nation

In honor of Presidents Day on Feb. 18, the Melaleuca Freedom Celebration created an infographic that depicts all 44 U.S. Presidents. The infographic includes personal information and an inspirational quote from each President.

Teachers, parents, students, historians and anyone who celebrates our freedom should find this infographic especially valuable. Visit www.freedomcelebration.com/presidentsday to view, download or copy the necessary code for embedding the “44 Reasons America is Free – Celebrating the Leaders of Our Nation” infographic on your website.

The Melaleuca Freedom Celebration, which offers one of the nation’s biggest fireworks shows on Independence Day, pays tribute to the soldiers and their families who have sacrificed their lives to secure and preserve the freedoms of this great nation. Now in its 21st year, the celebration is sponsored by Melaleuca of Idaho Falls, Idaho.

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