Happy Thanksgiving from NAWRB!

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Desirée Patno is the CEO and President of Women in the Housing and Real Estate Ecosystem (NAWRB) and Desirée Patno Enterprises, Inc. (DPE). With almost three decades specializing in the Housing and Real Estate Ecosystem, she leads her executive team’s expertise of championing women’s economic growth and independence.

NAWRB wishes you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving Day this Thursday, November 28th. Arguably the most tastiest holiday, Thanksgiving is a national holiday that began as a celebration of the year’s harvest and was first celebrated by Pilgrims after their first harvest in the New World in 1621. Today, Thanksgiving is a day spent with loved ones as we enjoy delicious food together and give gratitude for the many blessings in our lives.

Thanksgiving Food Facts from The Harris Poll 

  • 87 percent of Americans will attend Thanksgiving dinner this year.
  • The top Thanksgiving foods that Americans secretly dislike are canned cranberry sauce, green bean casserole, sweet potatoes/sweet potato casserole, pumpkin pie and turkey.
  • 30 percent of Americans who have hosted served something other than turkey as the main dish.
  • 59 percent of Americans agree that Thanksgiving is an excuse for a cheat day of their diet
  • About 94 percent eat pie on Thanksgiving. Pumpkin pie is the favorite, at 31 percent, followed by apple pie and pecan pie, both at 18 percent. 
  • 10 percent of Americans serve their pet turkey-flavored pet food on the holiday. 
  • Of the 65 percent of Americans age 21 and over who drink alcohol on Thanksgiving, 75 percent choose to drink wine. 

Thanksgiving is a joyous time where friends and family come together to create new memories while reminiscing about the year so far. Whether you spend the holiday cooking with family, watching a football game, filling your plates with good food, or simply enjoying each other’s company, we hope you have a memorable holiday. Don’t forget to thank the people in your life who make it special and remember the things you are fortunate to have.

 

Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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