October 6th- October 10th Generation Facts of the Day


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In honor of George Ranch’s “Generations of Kindness”, The Wrangler is bringing facts of the day in order to remember what has occurred in past generations. Join us as we travel back in time through the generations.


Monday, October 6 (Silent Generation) : On this day in 1927, the first movie with sound, “The Jazz Singer” premiered in New York City.


Tuesday, October 7 (Baby Boomers): On this day in 1952, the Yankees tie their own record by winning four consecutive World Series games.


Wednesday, October 8 (Generation X): On this day in 1971, the song “Imagine” by John Lennon was released.


Thursday, October 9 (Generation Y) : On this day in 1989, the first NFL game was coached by African American coach, Coach Art Shell, and his LA Raiders beat NY Jets 14-7 on Monday Night Football


Friday, October 10 (Digital Natives): On this day in the 2012, the Nobel Prize for chemistry was awarded to Robert Lefkowitz and Brian Kobilka for their work on G protein-coupled receptors.


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