Fun flocking Boss's Day gift
Oct.16th. Give 'em a fun yard card sign.
Oct. 16th is Boss's Day and it's a great time to flock your boss! Let 'em know how you really feel. Flamingos by night will deliver a wacky Boss's Day yard sign display to their front lawn in the middle of the night. The perfect Boss's Day gift for him or her. 50 pink plastic flamingos a home or the office just says it all. We will return to migrate the flock after the end of the work day.
Line the drive with stars or smiley faces or fill the front yard with hearts. We can even do indoor flockings. You could use the meeting room to celebrate Boss's Day. We have over 50 items to choose from. All our yard sign animals are well mannered, tidy and love to celebrate. We will return to migrate the flock after the end of the work day.
This special day is your chance to make an impression that will always be remembered. A card or necktie will be forgotten in no time (unless it's maybe a very flashy flamingo tie). To create your unique yard sign greeting just order below or call us for your private consultation. We bring over twenty five years of flocking experience to your celebration.
A Boss's Day to remember
The whole office will remember that flocking Friday. If you want to create a buzz on Boss's Day, send in our birds. We are more than just flamingos and penguins. There are over fifty items to create a custom yard sign display for this or any other celebration. We have examples on our photo gallery page, FaceBook page, Instagram page pages and our YouTube Channel.
Wondering where plastic flamingos came from? It's a crazy story. You can adopt a pair of the "original plastic flamingos" for your boss to keep as a gift (good homes only). We also have stuffed flamingos and "I've been flocked" T-shirts available as mementos. We take online orders. Just click below or call us 480-483-3200!
We deliver yard card sign lawn greetings every night in the Phoenix metro area cities. Including near Scottsdale, Arcadia, Paradise Valley, Tempe, Chandler, Gilbert, Mesa, Glendale, Peoria, Surprise and beyond.
History of National Boss's Day
National Boss's Day was registered as a holiday with the U.S. Chamber of Commerce in 1958. Patricia Bays Haroski created the holiday in honor of her father, who was also her employer. She wanted a way to improve office relationships between supervisors and their employees as well as raise cognizance to all the hard work bosses put into their jobs. Knowing first hand what her father put into his job to make a company run smoothly, she set out to change the viewpoint of many younger employees whom she felt didn't appreciate their bosses' hard work. With the support of Illinois Governor Otto Kerner the day officially became a national holiday in 1962.