“313 Day” has become an unofficial holiday in Detroit, growing in popularity during the past couple of years for offering Detroiters the chance to show their love and support for the city on March 13 (3-13).
It’s a welcome break from the snow and Polar Vortex temperatures; an opportunity to focus on the positive and celebrate our city.
Since Detroit’s been our home for nearly 100 years, we have plenty to celebrate.
This is a day where “313” has no qualifiers.
You know what they are:
- 313 is great, but…
- 313 is fine for certain things, but…
- 313 is coming back, but …
No “buts” on March 13.
On 313 Day, we hosted a photo booth at the hospital so our employees could take part in the fun, showing the true spirit of the city, our history and bright future.
Here are some photos showing our #313DLove from Henry Ford Hospital:
Thanks to everyone at Henry Ford Hospital who participated. To see all of the photos from our #313Day shoot, visit the Henry Ford Hospital Facebook page.
If you didn’t a chance to say it on 313 Day, share your love for the D below in the comments section.