Honoring our Veterans
In honor of Veterans Day, we want to thank all of our Watson employees who have served in the military.
What do you like about working at Watson?
"I like working at Watson because they make it a priority to hire veterans and treat all employees well."
"I like working here. Getting a bit of respect [as a veteran] helps."
"I like the structure at Watson."
"I love the small, local business feel of working at Watson - knowing most of my co-workers is a wonderful feeling."
"I like the respect I receive."
"I love the opportunity at Watson to learn new things and work with my hands."
"It's a great team!"
A Brief History of Veterans Day
World War I officially ended when the Treaty of Versailles was signed on June 8, 1919. However, the fighting actually ceased at 11am on November 11, 1918. The following year President Wilson declared November 11th "Armistice Day" to honor those who fought valiantly in WWI. But after the cessation of WWII and the Korean War, legislation passed to dedicate November 11th as a federal holiday to honor American veterans of all wars.