National Little Red Wagon Day
National Little Red Wagon Day:
Celebrated annually on the last Wednesday of March, National Little Red Wagon Day is celebrated to relive one’s spent childhood memories with those in the making.
|2022||30th March||Wednesday||United States|
|2023||29th March||Wednesday||United States|
|2024||28th March||Wednesday||United States|
Why National Little Red Wagon Day?
No one could have thought about happiness, a simple toy which doest have too much mechanism could bring to their faces and make them a child again.
The sole and most important reason behind celebrating this day is to make everyone remember the small child who always remains buried in our hearts due to all the various external factors. We should not let that child who laughs freely and enjoys life in its true senses.
The little red wagons have been like a childhood friend to nearly every one of us, which has brought smiles on millions of children’s faces as it is a prime source of warm and cold memories to all of them, which nourished their childhood. They have been used to carry multiple kinds of stuff such as toys, books, etc., and sometimes even themselves. These little red wagons have been a child companion to their various imaginative voyages, fantasies, Independence day parade routes, and many more such trips.
These little red wagons had been a treasure of memories that can be forwarded from one generation to another as a traditional family legacy. Its funny memories are enjoyed by everyone regardless of their age, and also it doesn’t discriminate against anyone on any social factors to fill their childhood with delightful memories.
Red Flyer is one of the largest and old manufacturers of these little red wagons, which can make every one childhood a memorable one. They have been manufacturing them for more than 100 years now. They always have been seriously supporting and emphasizing the necessary outdoor games and their positive impact on the little ones. And maybe that’s why this toy has been the most iconic among its various competitors.
The Red Flyer journey is also quite interesting as even the company name has been changed several times. At first, in 1927, the mass production wagons were made up of stamped steel.
How Can We Observe National Little Red Wagon Day ?
Everyone deserves a break from their busy lives to celebrate quality time with their children and this day is among the perfect days to do that.
Here are some ways in which you can celebrate this beautiful day.
- Take a break
Take a break and be a part of your child’s or children’s games, which can seem a little tedious or surprising to you, but I am sure that those will give you a lot of memories with a beautiful smile.
- Sharing is caring
We all know that sharing is caring, so do share all your weird and funny memories with your children and be a part of their memories.
- Bring out your red wagon.
If you have this beautiful little red wagon in your household, then make sure to bring that out and once again make it your companion to your childhood fantasies trips.
- Reach out to your childhood friends
Arrange a gathering or make sure to call or text all your childhood friends who you may have forgotten to ping in your busy schedule to remind them of all the red wagon memories.
- Get Social
Do not forget your beautiful memories and photos with the world on various social media platforms with the hashtags #NationalLittleRed WagonDay or #Little Red Wagon.
Interesting Facts About National Little Red Wagon Day:
- The first little wagon was built with wood by Antonio Pasin in 1917.
- It was originally made to carry the craftsmen’s tools.
- The biggest manufacturers of these wagons, Red Flyer, were originally named Liberty Coaster Company, founded in 1923.
- Red Flyer was named as a tribute to the scientists Guglielmo Marconi, who invented the radio, and Charles Lindbergh, who flew the first-ever non-stop flight over the Atlantic Ocean.
- World’s largest wagon was also made by Radio Flyer company on its 80th
- These wagons rose to popularity after a huge 45-foot tall statue of a boy riding a wagon was showcased in the 1933 Chicago World Fair.
History Of National Little Red Wagon Day:
This day was founded by Red Flyer company in 2016 to mark its 100th anniversary. This year it will be celebrated on 31st March 2021.