From Mr. Corn to all ladies

Bioagra prepared an occasional illumination for the upcoming Women’s Day. Through Mr. Corn – its official mascot – the company wishes all the best to all ladies. On the other hand, they remind busy men that this is a holiday that they should definitely celebrate.

As early as next Monday ladies will celebrate their holiday. Women’s Day was first celebrated on February 28, 1909 in the United States. A year later the Socialist International in Copenhagen established International Women’s Day. It was supposed to promote the idea of women’s rights and build social support for universal suffrage for women.

In Poland, the holiday became popular in the times of the People’s Republic of Poland, but the custom of honoring ladies did not become obsolete with the bygone era. Women’s Day is no longer associated with forced celebration and empty gestures. It has become a much less formal opportunity to express warm and positive emotions towards women.

The occasional illumination of Bioagra is an expression of respect for all ladies and a signal to forgetful men that it’s time to think about a nice gesture or gift on the occasion of Women’s Day.

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