In 1789, the first Federal Congress passed a resolution asking that the President of the United States recommend to the nation a day of thanksgiving. But it was President Roosevelt who ultimately signed a resolution on December 26, 1941, establishing the fourth Thursday in November as the Federal Thanksgiving Day holiday.
It’s amazing that it took over 150 years to settle on a consistent holiday, especially when you consider that giving thanks has been fundamental to our culture from the very inception of our nation.
Giving thanks is also a key part of our culture at Alliant National. Our people live the spirit of Thanksgiving each day. No one is more important to us than the independent title agents that make the American Dream possible. We celebrate your contributions to the lives of the families you touch and the communities you serve.
As an independent agent:
You protect the rights of homeowners and safeguard their economic liberty to own property and build wealth.
You champion the American virtues of independence, entrepreneurship and self-reliance.
You support important philanthropic causes in the communities you serve.
You take great care of your employees, who in turn, take great care of your customers.
You build a “legacy of opportunity” for all of those who walk into your office – staff and customers alike.
Alliant National recognizes your unique role in preserving our American way of life.
“Happy Thanksgiving” from The Independent Underwriter for The Independent Agent℠.