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November 25, 2015
From humble beginnings… Turkey is a quintessential symbol of Christmas and the day just wouldn’t be the same without it. Just like the tree, it is something that families and friends are guaranteed to gather around on 25 December. But for the Kelly family, one specific breed of turkey has led to a whole new
November 12, 2015
So you’ve never hosted a big dinner party and now you’re on the hook as the host for Friendsgiving? Don’t sweat it – we’ve got lots of ideas for you! Wow your friends and show off your culinary diversity by going a bit nontraditional with your meal. We’ve all seen enough turkey disasters to know
December 9, 2013
Each week during November we've spotlighted the men and women on the frontlines - the dedicated team members who don't hesitate to go above and beyond their job descriptions. We are thankful not only for these team members mentioned below, but also for our entire FedEx family - in every corner of the world.
November 27, 2013
This year’s traditional Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City will have a new twist, as teams of high school students and their robots from around the country are opening the parade.
November 20, 2012
Thanksgiving is approaching, and as we think about the hearty feast that awaits us, it’s important to celebrate the holiday by not just giving thanks – but showing thanks for what we have. Part of FedEx’s way of showing our thanks is by giving back to the communities in need. For the one out of seven households across the U.S. that is food insecure, Thanksgiving has a deeper meaning.
November 19, 2012
Thanksgiving Day is almost here, with its turkey and stuffing, cranberry sauce and car accidents. Don’t remember hearing about that last part? That’s right, folks.
November 22, 2011
Today, 50 FedEx volunteers will bundle up and head to FedExField outside Washington, D.C. But they aren’t going to watch a Redskins football game…
November 23, 2010
With Thanksgiving every year comes Black Friday. And with Black Friday comes the inevitable – and cringe-inducing – nightmare of traffic, crowds and overall congestion. Short of staying home that day (and really, who wants to do that?), what can shoppers do to avoid some of the Black Friday madness and still get all their stops checked off the list?