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September is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month: Recognize the Signs

Posted by on 8/28/2019
The month of September brings awareness to Ovarian Cancer, one of the deadliest cancers in the world. Approximately 14,000 women will die in the United States from the disease every year. Ovarian Cancer ranks fifth in cancer deaths among women and accounts for more deaths than any other cancer that affects the female productive system.

You can show your support in the month of September by participating in a Together in Teal Run/Walk event or by donating to Ovarian Cancer Research.
Wearing or decorating with Teal throughout the month also shows your support. Our ribbons, bows, and pins are perfect for helping raise awareness.

August is Psoriasis Awareness Month: It's Not Contagious, But Support Is

Posted by on 7/30/2019

The month of August is used to raise awareness about a disease that affects 7.5 million Americans. This disease is Psoriasis.

Psoriasis is an autoimmune disease that usually appears on the skin as painful, raised, itchy red patches. The chronic disease typically affects the outside of the elbows, knees or scalp, though it can appear on any location.

To show your support for Psoriasis Awareness you can wear or decorate with purple and orange Awareness PinsRibbons, or Bows. You can also show your support by participating in a marathon, race, or walk in your area.

June is Alzheimer's and Dementia Awareness Month What To Expect With Memory Loss

Posted by on 5/31/2019
The month of June brings focus to the degenerative brain disease known as Alzheimer’s. During Alzheimer’s and Dementia Awareness Month, we learn about the memory loss that disrupts the daily lives of over 50 million people worldwide.

Bring attention to the cause all through June with our Alzheimer’s Purple Awareness Pins, Ribbons, and Giant Loops.

May is Lupus Awareness Month: Improving Education On This Misunderstood Disease

Posted by on 5/1/2019
The month of May is used to raise awareness and educate others about Lupus.

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body. This chronic disease causes an overreactive immune system to produce autoantibodies which attacks healthy body tissue.

This disease can take years to diagnose. On average, it takes nearly 6 years for people with Lupus to be diagnosed from the time they notice their symptoms.

Choosing The Right Shovel For Your Groundbreaking Ceremony

Posted by on 4/24/2019
Announcing your new business, building, or expansion is one of the most important and exciting times for your business. With all the constantly moving pieces happening with your new development, you don’t want to minimize the importance of your Groundbreaking Ceremony.

Planning a groundbreaking ceremony can be stressful, and that’s why Golden Openings is here to help. From press and decorations to hard hats and shovels, we can help you plan every aspect.

Going through the thousands of products we offer all at once could be daunting, so today let’s focus on the most important part of your groundbreaking event, the ceremonial shovel. 
Picking the perfect shovels for your event varies from company to company. 

April is National Autism Awareness Month: Supporting The Complex Spectrum Condition

Posted by on 3/25/2019

Since 1970, the month of April has been used to spread awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Autism is a complex developmental disability that affects everyone differently. ASD is a “spectrum condition” that is diagnosed when a certain set of behaviors, along with their severity, are defined.

These behaviors could be noticed in a child as early as infancy, but usually, they appear during early childhood. If you think your child maybe on the spectrum, having your child’s doctor perform “developmental screenings” during check ups will help diagnose if your child has ASD.

March Is Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month: The Hard To Diagnose Immune-Mediated Disease

Posted by on 2/27/2019

Every year, the month of March is used to raise awareness about Multiple Sclerosis.

Multiple Sclerosis, or MS, is an immune-mediated disease in which the body’s immune system attacks the Central Nervous System. The Central Nervous System, or CNS, is made up of the brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves.

The MS attacks by causing inflammation to Myelin, the protective coating around the nerves, making communication within the CNS to slow down or stop completely. 

February is American Heart Month Learn How to Spot & Prevent The Leading Cause of Death in the US

Posted by on 1/29/2019

Every February, we raise awareness on the severity of health complications due to heart disease.

Did you know that every year, 1 in 4 deaths in the United States is attributed to heart disease?

The three biggest heart diseases are cardiac arrest, stroke, and heart attack.  Here are the symptoms to look out for.

January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month: Learn About This Sight-Stealing Disease

Posted by on 12/28/2018
January is National Glaucoma Awareness Month. This disease is the leading cause of irreversible blindness in the United States.

If caught early, Glaucoma can usually be controlled, making the severe vision loss less likely or prevented. The reason it usually is not caught early is that people are unaware that in its early stages, glaucoma has no symptoms. 

Decorating for the Holidays Part 3: The Guide to Our Miscellaneous Holiday Products

Posted by on 12/18/2018

Welcome Back!

After our Guide to Ribbon and our Guide to Bows, you should be a holiday decorating master.

But if you feel like you’re still missing something that makes you stand out among your neighbors or surrounding businesses, there’s still plenty of time for us to help!

In our final Decorating for the Holidays Guide, we are going to go thru some of our most unique holiday items.

December is National Impaired Driving Prevention Month: Never Drink or Use Drugs & Drive

Posted by on 11/27/2018
Since 1981, every President of the United States has declared the month of December as National Impaired Driving Prevention Month (formally National Drunk & Drugged Driving Prevention Month). During the month of December, families, educators, health care providers, and community leaders are urged to educate young people about the dangers of drinking or using drugs and getting behind the wheel.

December was chosen as the month to promote responsible decision-making and drug-free living because of the increase in fatalities that involve impaired drives during the holiday season. These fatalities and wrecks tend to happen from a combination of severe weather in some states with holiday parties during which alcohol is served.

You Know It Ends With Santa, But Do You Know How It Starts? : The Unknown Macy's Day Parade Tradition

Posted by on 11/21/2018

Since 1924, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade has been a staple of American culture. But did you know since 1995, the parade has always started with a ribbon cutting ceremony?

BETTER YET, did you know that since 2003, that the ceremony has happened with ceremonial scissors and ribbon, provided by Golden Openings?

Decorating for the Holidays Part 2: The Guide to Holiday Ribbon

Posted by on 11/9/2018

Welcome to Part 2 of our Decorating for the Holidays Guide!

We hope Part 1 helped you decide which bows will perfect your holiday decorating.

For part 2 we are going to talk about the unsung hero during the decorating process – Ribbon.

While giant bows will bring eyes to your dressed-up home or business, the ribbon will truly make the ornaments pop.

If you forgot about grabbing ribbon this year, there’s no reason to fret! Golden Openings has you covered!

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month: Learn About the Cancer with the Highest Mortality Rate

Posted by on 10/29/2018

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. This campaign happens every November to educate people about the 3rd leading cause of cancer-related death in the United States, recently surpassing breast cancer. 

Decorating for the Holidays Part 1: The Guide to Giant Holiday Bows

Posted by on 10/15/2018
It’s that time of year again! The warm weather is fading. Soon the snow will hit the ground and it will be too cold and too late to decorate. 

We are here for you and want to make sure you are ahead of the competition with our help! 

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month - A Cure Worth Fighting For

Posted by on 9/26/2018

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), also known as National Breast Cancer Awareness Month (NBCAM). BCAM is a yearly campaign that brings focus to the importance of regular testing, screening, and education about the disease in hopes to raise funds for the cause, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment research.

Small? Giant? Gold? Pink? Picking Out the Perfect Pair of Scissors for Your Next Ribbon Cutting!

Posted by on 9/6/2018

In preparing to start your own business or open your doors for the first time, there are literally thousands of details to consider. In all the hustle and bustle one of the most important components, the Grand Opening, is often overlooked or minimized. This event is an extremely important marketing activity for your business. "Your Grand Opening is the only chance to make a 'first impression' on the community, neighbors, future customers, dignitaries, elected officials, social media and for that matter, the entire world." But where do you start?

September is Childhood Cancer Awareness Month - Show you support kids with cancer by sporting gold

Posted by on 8/29/2018
In 2012, President Barack Obama made a presidential proclamation recognizing September as Childhood Cancer Awareness Month.

Wearing gold ribbons, clothing, or decorating in gold is the simplest way to show your support for Childhood Cancer Awareness.

Our awareness ribbons, bows, and all other accessories are available in gold.

August is National Immunization Awareness Month - They Aren't just for kids.

Posted by on 7/30/2018
August is National Immunization Awareness Month. Contrary to popular belief, immunizations are not just for kids. To be protected against serious illnesses, like measles and pneumonia, adults need to be vaccinated.

Golden Openings Subliminally Featured in the "The Chamber of Commerce Musical"!

Posted by on 7/24/2018

Golden Openings name and products humbled and honored to be subliminally featured in the "The Chamber of Commerce Musical"!

July is Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month - What You Need to Know & How to Help

Posted by on 6/26/2018

July is National Juvenile Arthritis Awareness Month. An estimated 300,000+ children have been diagnosed with some form of Juvenile Arthritis.

Ceremonial Event Hot List 2018: Kimberly Baeth of Golden Openings Shares the Latest, Greatest in Ceremonial Events!

Posted by on 5/30/2018

Inventor of the first and original giant ceremonial scissors that cut, Kimberly Baeth, of Golden Openings, shares her most requested and booked ceremonial events that they do each every day around the world, the products they manufacture, customize and sell and what a business should do for each one.

Why have a ceremonial event? Are you a new start-up? A new franchise owner? Are you a new business, re-opening your business after a fire or expansion or new phase? A business that is celebrating a merger with another company? A business that changed its name or moved? All of the above are reasons to celebrate!

Answers might include:
o To introduce your business to the public.
o To increase awareness and educate the public about your business.
o To build or strengthen personal relationships with VIPs, the Chamber of Commerce, business owners, vendors, customers and the public.
o To thank employees.
o To draw traffic to your business and let them know your new address.
o To create a unique celebration that attracts media coverage.

Our Customer, Domino's, Really Knows How To Be Creative!

Posted by on 5/29/2018
Some of our customers can be so creative!

One of our favorite clients, Domino's, is opening 150 thousand "Hot Spot" locations that customers can have their pizza delivered to, including beaches, roadside attractions, and dog parks!

June is PTSD Awareness Month - Symptoms, Causes, and Showing Support

Posted by on 5/24/2018

Each month, many causes are brought to the forefront to help raise awareness.

The month of June has many prominent causes, but this year we’d like to focus on one.

PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.

Why Should You Open Your Convention, Conference, or Trade Show With A Ribbon Cutting?

Posted by on 5/17/2018
When opening your conference, trade show or convention, you should always do so with a bang, leaving a memorable first impression on your attendees.

There is no better way to do so, then with a ribbon cutting! 
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