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Published on May 2nd, 2012 | by SteakBytes

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Wednesday Giveaway – May 2

Rules: You must respond in the comment section below with your answer and a valid email address where we can contact you if you’re a winner. We will select a group of three random entries who have posted the correct answer to today’s question by 8:00pm CT – each lucky winner will receive a $20 Omaha Steaks E-Card! Ready, set, go!

Wednesday Giveaway Trivia Question:

In what year was Mother’s Day first recognized by Congress and Presidential proclamation?

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286 Responses to Wednesday Giveaway – May 2

  1. Joyce Bogoian says:

    1914

  2. Donald Hayes says:

    1870.

  3. Jennifer Woosley says:

    May 8, 1914

  4. Ashley Swift says:

    The year was 1914.

  5. martin says:

    1914

  6. Jeanette Morse says:

    05-09-1914

  7. phyllis lemoine says:

    1914

  8. debra affrunti says:

    1914

  9. Mary T deBrueys says:

    1914

  10. Robert Utley says:

    1914

  11. Kim Santre says:

    THE YEAR WAS 1914

  12. Heather Bunge says:

    1914

  13. Teresa says:

    1914 was the “official” year

  14. Karyn Shea says:

    1914

  15. Dixie says:

    1956

  16. Jason McDaniel says:

    1914

  17. Jenne Turner says:

    1914.

  18. Lori D says:

    May 9, 1914

  19. Jennifer G says:

    1914

  20. Kimberly Jespersen says:

    1914

  21. Daniel Crossley says:

    1914!

  22. Jamie Green says:

    1914

  23. Karen Martin says:

    Presidential Mother’s Day Proclamation 2000 … recognized the day. In 1914, President Woodrow Wilson issued the first Mother’s Day proclamation … each year as “Mother’s Day …

  24. Ann says:

    1914

  25. Miss Fields says:

    May 8, 1914,President Woodrow Wilson’s proclamation of the first Mother’s Day was in 1914. that’s a long time that we have been honoring Our Mothers

  26. Bonnie Knutson says:

    1914

  27. Rachel Veno says:

    1914

  28. Hal says:

    May 9, 1905

  29. Justice says:

    1910

  30. Karen Hansen says:

    Year 1914

  31. joanie says:

    Woodrow Wilson officially recognized Mother’s Day, May 9th 1914

  32. Tracy R says:

    Mother’s Day was first recognized by Congress and President was 1914.

  33. Sean says:

    May 8, 1914

  34. 1914 was the year that mothers day was 1st recognized by congress and presidential proclomation

  35. paulette atkins hicks says:

    2000

  36. Paula D says:

    May 8, 1914

  37. jim montgomery says:

    The year 1914

  38. Suzanne Blanchard says:

    1914

  39. Lisa Smith says:

    My guess is 1914.

  40. Pam L. says:

    As the American President, on May 9, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson made an official announcement proclaiming Mother’s Day as a national holiday that was to be held each year on the 2nd Sunday of May.

  41. Karen says:

    1914

  42. Tamara says:

    1947

  43. Douglas Wright says:

    In 1914 Woodrow Wilson made the proclamation.

  44. Karen Martin says:

    In 1914 President Woodrow Wilson made the first Mother’s Day for each year on.

  45. paulette atkins hicks says:

    1914

  46. Melody Gefroh says:

    May 9th 1914

  47. Savannah McGhee says:

    1914 was the first mothers day!

  48. angela montgomery says:

    1914

  49. Michael Jones says:

    1914

  50. Wanda says:

    1908

  51. Kari Coffey says:

    The year was 1914

  52. Tim says:

    1914

  53. Susan Degnan says:

    May 8, 1914

  54. Melissa Marshall says:

    1872

  55. Keny says:

    1914

  56. Wendie Lather says:

    May 8, 1914

  57. Linda G says:

    1914

  58. Diane Lilleg says:

    1914

  59. Eileen says:

    1914

  60. rebecca simpson says:

    2-2-1940

  61. Lori Peixoto says:

    The year would be 1914 that Mother’s Day was first recognized by Congress and President Wilson.

  62. Danny says:

    1914

  63. Josie Berlin says:

    May 8, 1914??

  64. Lisa Mass says:

    1914

  65. CarolynH says:

    in 1914

  66. Sandy LaMotte says:

    Mother’s Day was first recognized by Congress and Presidential proclamation in 1914.

  67. Amy B. says:

    1914 by Woodrow Wilson

  68. Robin Allen says:

    It became an official national holiday in 1914

  69. Lawrence R. McCary says:

    March 9, 1914
    President Woodrow Wilson

  70. 1914, I love steak,need steak, want staek!

  71. Bruce Fontaine says:

    1914

  72. Stephanie Taylor says:

    1914

  73. Susan E. Crafton says:

    1914 by Woodrow Wilson, President

  74. Scott bingham says:

    May 8 1914

  75. Kate Holland says:

    1914

  76. Anna kukulski says:

    1914

  77. Romanda Wayne says:

    1914

  78. melissa says:

    it was May 7, 1914.

  79. kathy hoprich says:

    1914

  80. Scott McKinney says:

    1914 Pres Woodrow Wilson passed the Proclamation

  81. Matt Wildey says:

    1908

  82. mara shaw says:

    May 9, 1914

  83. denise says:

    1914

  84. love all of your products

  85. Jennifer scott says:

    1914

  86. Gerry Ingram says:

    1914

  87. Addison Kat says:

    1914

  88. Terry Madden says:

    1914

  89. Diane Baum says:

    1914

  90. John Hinegardner says:

    May 9, 1914

  91. melissa says:

    typo may 9, 1914

  92. Charon Piansky-Tauber says:

    1914

  93. Brandi Perkins says:

    1914

  94. stefanie johnson says:

    1914

  95. Kip says:

    1914. And you know what would make my Mom really happy this year? Some steak. :)

  96. Tony Carr says:

    May 8th 1914 was the date

  97. debbie ward says:

    1914

  98. love all of your products it was 1914 by woodrow wilson

  99. Shelly Rinehart says:

    1914 , thanks for the contest : )

  100. Angela Arndt says:

    The Year was 1914….

  101. Bryan Morrow says:

    May 8, 1914

  102. Kristopher Hallene says:

    1914

  103. Bruce Epper says:

    1914. Sucks that you can see the other responses though. Should do these thru email instead.

  104. Betty Humphries says:

    May 9, 1914

  105. travis says:

    1914

  106. Renee owen says:

    1914:)

  107. claudia andreoni says:

    1914

  108. KIMBERLY says:

    1914

  109. Richard Langston says:

    1914

  110. nova wright says:

    1914 :)

  111. Jena Whipking says:

    1914

  112. Sarah Scott says:

    It was in 1914.
    Thank you for the chance!!

  113. Lisa Vigna says:

    1914 :)

  114. Dustin says:

    1914

  115. Jane M says:

    It was 1914

  116. Mark Gramaglia says:

    1914

  117. Linda Zitellii says:

    1914

  118. Karen Tokar says:

    The year was 1914 Thanks! :)

  119. christy partin says:

    1914 and would love some steak!

  120. Alex says:

    1914

  121. Tara VanNeuren says:

    1914

  122. Jeni Eifler says:

    In the year 1914.

  123. Susan Miller says:

    1914

  124. Mike Rose says:

    1914

  125. Sue Ellen Jornd says:

    Mother’s day was first recognised in 1868.

  126. Jim DeFio says:

    The year was 1914.

  127. James Miller says:

    1914!

  128. danny says:

    on May 9, 1914, President Woodrow Wilson made an official announcement

  129. Steve C says:

    THANKS FOR THE CONTEST! 1914

  130. Sarah Gardner says:

    1914

  131. Terri Bollin says:

    1914

  132. Toni says:

    <3 <3 <3 –1914– <3 <3 <3

  133. Sharyl Melo says:

    The year was 1914.

  134. Tom C says:

    1914 Thanks !

  135. Deb G says:

    1914 – I want to win steaks for Mom :)

  136. Chris C says:

    May 9th, 1914 is correct ! Signed by President Woodrow Wilson, but a famous Philadelphia merchant anmed John Wanamaker pushed it to completion !

  137. Shannel Worten says:

    1914

  138. Dennette C says:

    1914

  139. Deborah says:

    President Woodrow Wilson,issued a proclamation in 1914,

  140. Misty B says:

    May 8th 1914

  141. Paula says:

    1914…

  142. Larry Cooley says:

    1914. Thanks

  143. Brenda Rodocker says:

    1914

  144. Krista Timm says:

    1914

  145. Jim Collins says:

    In the year of 1914…love your Family Packs, and they are economical too.

  146. Julie says:

    The year was 1914….thank you:-))

  147. Randall says:

    1914

  148. Anthony D. Cherry says:

    On May 8, 1914, the U.S. Congress passed a law designating the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day and requesting a proclamation. On May 9, 1914 President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation declaring the first national Mother’s Day[12][13] as a day for American citizens to show the flag in honor of those mothers whose sons had died in war.

  149. Scott says:

    1914

  150. Tim Bennett says:

    1914

  151. Michelle S. says:

    It was 1914 and a very good idea both then and now. :) Thanks for the giveaway.

  152. Ferne says:

    1914

  153. Mary says:

    1914

  154. Gary Jorgensen says:

    1914

  155. Katie says:

    1914 – I think it is wonderful that we have a day to commemorate mothers since they do so much! :o )

  156. Tim Goepfert says:

    May 9, 1914

  157. lindsay cameron says:

    1914

  158. Marla says:

    1914

  159. Cindy Pinto says:

    1914

  160. Paul says:

    1914

  161. Carol Farrish says:

    1914

  162. Meagan Bresson says:

    May 1914

  163. clarice says:

    good afternoon that would be in 1914, thanks so much .

  164. Ellen B says:

    1914

  165. bill hope says:

    1914

  166. Tiffany K. says:

    May 8th,1914

  167. Jack says:

    1914 – I would love to cook up some Omaha Steaks for my Mom. Thanks!!

  168. Temara Little says:

    1914. Good job, Woodrow Wilson!

  169. Suzze Tiernan says:

    1914

  170. Sydelle says:

    1914 for sure

  171. Evelyn says:

    1914 is the year that Mother’s Day was first recognized by the United States of America’s Congress and by Woodrow Wilson in a presidential proclamation.

  172. Jason Shreve says:

    1914

  173. Tom Babin says:

    1914

  174. Bonnie says:

    1914

  175. Daniel Kwiatkowski says:

    1914

  176. Bonnie Kilpatrick says:

    The first Happy Mother’s Day was 1914.

  177. Crystal S. says:

    1914!

  178. Tom May says:

    1914

  179. Marva Cromwell says:

    In the year of 1914.

  180. steve says:

    the year 1914

  181. olin says:

    1914

  182. katrina says:

    1914

  183. Justin Kluska says:

    1914

  184. Rene' May says:

    1914

  185. Pat Marlow says:

    The year 1914, and by the way, THANKS MOM!

  186. Karen Weinmann says:

    1914

  187. ken mcdonald says:

    1914

  188. Judy says:

    1914

  189. Gina N. says:

    The answer is 1914. Thank you for the giveaway opportunity. :-)

  190. jackie says:

    1914

  191. Rachel Thomas says:

    1914

  192. Nancy Johnson says:

    1914

  193. Claudia Ellis says:

    1914

  194. Ben Thompson says:

    1914

  195. patti says:

    1914

  196. lm cramer says:

    1914 and boy does a steak sound good its not in our budget we just had a house fire n lost everything n our dog deserves a good bone for waking us up

  197. Melissa Erwin says:

    1914!!!!

  198. Rod R says:

    1914

  199. Heather says:

    1914

  200. Rose Marie says:

    1914 I think.

  201. Marie says:

    1914

  202. Faith Rees says:

    1914

  203. Christine Villegas says:

    Christine Villegas

    May 8, 1914

  204. Barrett Quinn says:

    1914

  205. melissa bellomo says:

    1914

  206. Mary Ann Tosca-Conte says:

    1914

  207. Holly says:

    1914

  208. Stella says:

    1914

  209. Bonnie Wolford says:

    1914

  210. Mark Rosenthal says:

    1914

  211. michele says:

    1914

  212. On May 8, 1914, the U.S. Congress passed a law designating the second Sunday in May as Mother’s Day and requesting a proclamation. On May 9, 1914 President Woodrow Wilson issued a proclamation declaring the first national Mother’s Day

  213. Jack Miller says:

    1914

  214. Stephanie D says:

    1914 !!!

  215. JOAN RAMSEY says:

    1914 HOPE I GET PICKED TODAY.

  216. Sue denning says:

    1914

  217. Carol Lutz says:

    1914

  218. Kirsten says:

    1914

  219. Susan P. says:

    1914

  220. patricia salsberg says:

    1914

  221. Sharon Tice says:

    1914
    Love your Top Sirloins!!

  222. Tara Woods says:

    1914

  223. Patsy Hollifield says:

    1914

  224. Joseph says:

    1914……we need food!

  225. brian says:

    may 9 1914

  226. Diane says:

    1914

  227. Shirley Ledford says:

    1914

  228. Denise Jones says:

    1914 it’s unnanimous!

  229. Karen Swift says:

    1914…..:)

  230. Rebecca says:

    1914

  231. Darlene says:

    1914

  232. Kim cash says:

    1914

  233. Dorothy Waner says:

    1914

    Love your potatoes!

  234. Linda Mitchell says:

    1914

  235. pamela hopper says:

    1914

  236. Charlie says:

    1914

  237. Roy says:

    1914

  238. Steve Fulmer says:

    1914

  239. Phillip Alcantara says:

    1914

  240. Kevin says:

    1914

  241. dalia says:

    1914

  242. Glenn Williston says:

    1914

    All your foods are Great

  243. wendy loschiavo says:

    1914

  244. Alexis Spence says:

    1914!!!!!!!

  245. Valerie L says:

    1914

  246. Greg Lutz says:

    1914

  247. Carol Smiley says:

    1914

  248. Sharon Tower says:

    1914

  249. Stacy Schisler says:

    1914

  250. denise seager says:

    1914

  251. beverly robinson says:

    Mothers day was originated in. 1914

  252. Tina Davidson says:

    1914

  253. beverly robinson says:

    Mothers day 1914

  254. beverly robinson says:

    Mothers day originated in 1914

  255. Ann Ernst says:

    LOve Omaha Steaks

  256. Ann Ernst says:

    1914

  257. Megan M says:

    1914

  258. joan carr says:

    1914

  259. shelley kelley says:

    In May, 1914, President Wilson declared the second Sunday in May would be designated Mothers’ Day

  260. Randy H. says:

    1914 :)

  261. Pat Miner says:

    May 9, 1914

  262. Dan Tellstrom says:

    1914

  263. Mike says:

    1914 and boy do we need to order steaks this week. this week. really. this week. please?

  264. Mike says:

    1914 and boy do we need to order steaks this week. this week. really. this week. please? did i mention it was on may 8? and that’s my birth day. fo real y’all.

  265. ken cahn says:

    May 9, 1914

  266. Suzan Hickman says:

    1914

  267. Diane Wallace says:

    1914 !!!

  268. Thomas Thoennes says:

    1914

  269. Harry C Anderson says:

    1914

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