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Groundhog Day Celebration requires Groundhog Crossing Signs

groundhog crossing signGroundhogs Day this February 2 is drawing near and with it comes our annual anticipation of whether we are in store for 6 more weeks of Winter or an early Spring. Best of all is the way Groundhog’s Day allows everyone the opportunity to share this question in the good humor and intention of the celebration. When it comes to the epicenter of Groundhogs Day mania it currently resides in Punxsutawney Pennsylvania. There Punxsutawney Phil the world famous Groundhog weather prognosticator extraordinaire makes his yearly prediction. Obviously the safety of this famous Groundhog and every groundhog through out the countryside requires protection and the best avenue for that is Groundhog Crossing Signs. A Groundhog Crossing Sign like the one shown are made in the USA and featured online at Anwo.com Animal World. Produced in America of durable aluminum each Groundhog Crossing Sign combines traditional bright caution yellow color background with diamond shaped sign and a picture of a groundhog. In addition each Groundhog crossing sign with it’s prepunched holes high and low is ready for immediate display on a fence, post, wall or any place offering maximum exposure. Likewise, for office parties enjoying the celebratory mood of Groundhogs Day the Groundhog animal crossing sign can also be utilized for indoor decor. Nature habitat and zoos can also make excellent use of the Groundhog Crossing Signs for education or silent announcement to visitors along trails. Teachers and schools can also display the Groundhog Sign or classroom walls or halls to bring awareness and good humor to this annual American tradition. Groundhog Gifts Stores may be common in the area around Punxsutawney Pennsylvania but for the rest of the world it may be necessary to look online for this hard to find specialty item. This is where specialized online retail animal and pet theme Groundhog Gifts stores like Anwo.com Animal World are ready to help.

Written by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography

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Groundhog Crossing Sign for Groundhog Day Celebration

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Groundhog Crossing Sign

Groundhog Day is right around the corner and the best way to celebrate it is with a Groundhog Crossing Sign. With it’s harmless, good humor  weather prediction Groundhog’s Day has weaved it’s way into our Winter blues to either pick us up psychologically if the Groundhog sees his shadow or prepares us for more cold weather if he sees his shadow. The town of Punxsutawney Pennsylvania has made Groundhogs Day their calling card drawing worldwide attention to the famous Groundhog named Punxsutawney Phil. A movie called Groundhogs Day became a hit with the town of Punxsutawney, PA as the backdrop for this Bill Murray Hollywood film. Today people continue to celebrate this unofficial holiday wherever they live to put a little life into the everyday tedium. The Groundhog Crossing sign sets the mood, offers a focal point and proclaims to all that the Groundhog Day celebration is being observed. The Groundhog crossing sign is not just for use once a year. If you happen to live where groundhogs are present or prevalent the Groundhog Crossing Sign can help prevent their untimely demise in areas where traffic and groundhogs may intersect. For this reason the Groundhog Crossing Signs are made in the USA by Anwo.com Animal World of durable lightweight aluminum for use outdoors or indoors. With it’s prepunched holes  the Groundhog Crossing Sign is ready for mounting on a fence, post, wall, tree or any structure close to the area of greatest exposure. Groundhog Day is fun, it not only brings awareness to the animal it also brings cheer and good cheer to all that participate. The Groundhog Crossing sign is ready to help during the various Groundhog Day celebrations and also for year round animal safety function. Related Groundhog gifts store items to help celebrate Groundhog’s day include groundhog stuffed animal plush, puppets and figurines.

Written by Steve Forrest Writer Video Photography

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