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What separates good marketers from great marketers?
Planning.
Now is the perfect time to begin planning for 2019. If you haven’t started yet, it isn’t too late.
Make sure your planning starts with this 2019 marketing calendar (including free templates).
It’s filled with traditional and wacky holidays, major sporting events, awards shows, and cause movements.
As you’ll soon see, there are so many special days, weeks, and months to remember!
This post will totally simplify your life in 2019. Bookmark it and come back whenever you need some creativ ideas.
Speaking of which…
Want some amazing content marketing ideas, too?
I’ve included some of my favorite campaigns from this year to inspire you.
So, feast your eyes on this exclusive marketing calendar for 2019 — from Amazon food drives and AI to Facebook communities about PSL — get excited for all the festivities to come.
Sidebar: I will be updating this calendar for 2020. If you would like me to expand on holidays, topics, or just have feedback please fill out 👉 this form. Thank you!
Free Marketing Calendar Templates
As much as I enjoy planning my marketing campaigns for my clients next year, there’s always a hurdle that I have to get over:
Organizing all the major dates is boring.
There’s never enough time.
So, to make planning 2019 as stress-free as possible, I’ve rounded up the top holidays and events coming next year.
Marketing Calendar for 2019 + Google Calendar
Here is the marketing calendar for 2019.

Here is the Google Calendar link.
Here is the Google Calendar ID: [email protected]
[email protected] & @annaleacrowe just had a mic drop moment 🎤 as they released their marketing calendar for 2019 & it’s awesome 👊 https://bit.ly/2FBgQDk
Now, let’s move ahead to your 2019 marketing calendar, in all its holiday glory.
2019 Marketing Calendar
I’ve separated this calendar by month, so you can jump to a certain month with one click below:
January
Whoo hoo! You made it to 2019!
And, while you may be full speed ahead on your New Year’s resolutions, it’s time to set your sights on a few other important big events happening in January, like Girl Scout Cookie season beginning. #priorities
From your New Year’s resolutions and hitting up the gym to the college national championship game and the SAG awards, January if jam-packed with marketing activities.
Ahead, find the top holidays, sporting events, and birthdays to celebrate in January.
Monthly ObservancesWeight Loss Awareness MonthNational Blood Donor MonthNational Thank You MonthNational Hobby MonthNational Tea MonthGirl Scout Cookie Season Begins
Weekly ObservancesJanuary 1-7 – Diet Resolution WeekJanuary 14-20 – Hunt For Happiness WeekJanuary 15-19 – Sugar Awareness WeekJanuary 22-26 – Clean Out Your Inbox WeekJanuary 22-26 – National School Choice WeekJanuary 28-February 2 – Meat Week
DaysJanuary 1 – New Year’s DayJanuary 1 – National Hangover DayJanuary 1 – Outback BowlJanuary 1 – Rose BowlJanuary 1 – NHL Winter ClassicJanuary 3 – Festival of Sleep DayJanuary 3-6 – PGA Tournament of ChampionsJanuary 4 – Trivia DayJanuary 5 – National Bird DayJanuary 6 – National Bean DayJanuary 6 – Cuddle Up DayJanuary 7 – Golden GlobesJanuary 7 – College Football Playoff National ChampionshipJanuary 8 – Elvis’s BirthdayJanuary 9 – National Take the Stairs DayJanuary 9 – Girl Scout Cookie Pre-Sales BeginJanuary 10 – National Bittersweet Chocolate DayJanuary 10 – Houseplant Appreciation DayJanuary 11 – National Human Trafficking Awareness DayJanuary 14 – Dress Up Your Pet DayJanuary 15 – National Hat DayJanuary 17 – Ditch New Year’s Resolutions DayJanuary 18 – Winnie the Pooh Day (Author A.A. Milne’s birthday)January 19 – National Popcorn DayJanuary 20 – Penguin Awareness DayJanuary 20 – National Cheese Lover’s DayJanuary 21 – Martin Luther King, Jr. DayJanuary 21 – National Hugging DayJanuary 22 – Oscar nominations announcedJanuary 23 – Community Manager Appreciation Day #CMADJanuary 24 – Compliment DayJanuary 24 – National Peanut Butter DayJanuary 24-27 – Winter X GamesJanuary 24 – Sundance Film Festival beginsJanuary 25 – Opposite DayJanuary 26 – Spouse’s DayJanuary 26 – National Hockey League All-Star GameJanuary 27 – Chocolate Cake DayJanuary 28 – SAG AwardsJanuary 28 – Fun at Work DayJanuary 29 – National Puzzle DayJanuary 31 – Backward Day
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

Introducing the #CommitmentCollection.
Introducing the #CommitmentCollection. Apparel and accessories made from the world’s most valuable resource: COMMITMENT. View the collection at commitmentcollection.com #CommitToSomething
Posted by Equinox on Tuesday, January 2, 2018

One man, countless lives changed.
To honor his legacy, share how Martin Luther King Jr.’s life impacted yours with #ThankYouMLK50
— Twitter (@Twitter) January 15, 2018

February
Don’t hit the snooze button on 2019 yet because February is all about chocolate hearts, throwing the football, and celebrating and honoring black leaders of the past and present.
So, whether you’re cuddling up to your boo rewatching season one of “The End of the F***ing World” for Valentine’s Day or snuggling your dog (or cat) alone wolfing down heart-shaped candies for Single’s Awareness Day, you will have plenty to be joyful about this month.
Monthly ObservancesBlack History MonthAmerican Heart MonthNational Heart MonthNational Weddings MonthNational Cherry Month
Weekly ObservancesFebruary 1-7 Eating Disorder Awareness WeekFebruary 8-16 – Fashion WeekFebruary 14-21 – Condom WeekFebruary 10-16 – Freelance Writers Appreciation WeekFebruary 14-20 – Random Acts of Kindness WeekFebruary 13-19 – International Flirting Week
DaysFebruary 1 – Wear Red DayFebruary 1 – National Freedom DayFebruary 2 – Groundhog DayFebruary 2 – Bubble Gum DayFebruary 3 – Super Bowl SundayFebruary 4 – World Cancer DayFebruary 5 – Chinese New YearFebruary 5 – World Nutella DayFebruary 6 – National Chopsticks DayFebruary 7 – Give Kids a Smile DayFebruary 7 – Send a Card to a Friend Day #SendACardToAFriendDayFebruary 7-10 – AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-AmFebruary 8 – Boy Scout’s DayFebruary 9 – National Pizza DayFebruary 10 – Umbrella DayFebruary 10 – Grammy’sFebruary 11 – Make a Friend DayFebruary 12 – Lincoln’s BirthdayFebruary 14 – Valentine’s DayFebruary 15 – Susan B. Anthony’s BirthdayFebruary 15 – Single’s Awareness DayFebruary 17 – Random Acts of Kindness DayFebruary 18 – Drink Wine DayFebruary 18 – President’s DayFebruary 20 – Love Your Pet DayFebruary 21 – Crossfit Open beginsFebruary 22 – Washington’s BirthdayFebruary 22 – Margarita DayFebruary 22 – Walk Your Dog DayFebruary 24 – National Tortilla Chip DayFebruary 24 – 91st Oscars ceremonyFebruary 26 – Girl Scout Cookie Booth Sales BeginFebruary 26 – National Pistachio DayFebruary 28 – Floral Design Day
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

Celebration is 2X as good on a #JetSki. Congratulations #MarkBridges for winning Best Costume Design and the biggest, fastest award of the night! #Oscars #JetSki pic.twitter.com/10U3wIY30f
— Kawasaki USA (@KawasakiUSA) March 5, 2018

March
March means spring is around the corner.
And, with spring, comes National Oreo Day.
I could eat Oreo’s in any of the following ways: inside first, then reversed, one bite, dunked just right, for brunch, lunch, in my chair, or the stairs, I could eat them anywhere.
As you can guess, March also hosts Dr. Seuss Day.
There’s also the Great American Cleanup, World Wildlife Day, Daylight Savings, and so much more.
Keep reading below to pencil in the best of what March has to offer.
Monthly ObservancesWomen’s History MonthNutrition MonthPeanut MonthMusic in Our Schools MonthCraft MonthIrish Heritage MonthAmerican Red Cross MonthMarch for MealsThe Great American Cleanup
Weekly ObservancesMarch 23-28 – National Sleep Awareness WeekMarch 12-17 – Girl Scout WeekMarch 12-17 – Campfire Birthday WeekMarch 26-31 – National Cleaning Week
DaysMarch 1 – National Read Across America Day (Dr. Seuss Day)March 1 – Employee Appreciation DayMarch 1 – Peanut Butter Lover’s DayMarch 3 – Day of UnpluggingMarch 3 – World Wildlife DayMarch 5 – Mardi Gras/Fat TuesdayMarch 6 – Ash WednesdayMarch 6 – Dentist’s DayMarch 6 – Oreo DayMarch 6 – Shaq’s BirthdayMarch 7 – Cereal DayMarch 7-10 – Arnold Palmer Invitational PGAMarch 8 – SXSWMarch 8 – Popcorn Lover’s DayMarch 8 – International Women’s DayMarch 10 – Daylight SavingsMarch 11 – Napping DayMarch 13 – Jewel DayMarch 14 – Pi DayMarch 14-17 – The Players Championship PGAMarch 15 – The Ides of MarchMarch 16 – World Sleep DayMarch 17 – St. Patrick’s DayMarch 18 –Awkward Moments DayMarch 20 – First Day of SpringMarch 20 – Agriculture DayMarch 20 – World Down Syndrome DayMarch 22 – World Water DayMarch 23 – Puppy DayMarch 25 – Crossfit Open endsMarch 26 – Purple Day for Epilepsy AwarenessMarch 28 – Baseball Opening DayMarch 29 – Mom & Pop Business Owner’s DayMarch 30 – National Doctor’s DayMarch 31 – Crayon Day
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

Oreo Birthday Giveaway 2018
No land line, no problem. You can still get a free Oreo Chocolate Candy Bar #OreoBirthdayGiveaway #ad http://bit.ly/2oTMPmP Abbreviated rules: Open to legal residents of the 50 U.S. (including D.C.), 18 years old or older. Program ends 11:59 pm EST on 3/12/18 or when 1,000,000 participants register for the Program, whichever comes first. For complete Terms and Conditions and all details, visit www.OreoBirthdayGiveaway.com. The Offer will be fulfilled within 6 weeks from promotion end.
Posted by Shaquille O’ Neal on Thursday, March 8, 2018

Treat yourself to some #PiDay savings with 20% off: https://t.co/pDwywUEPMk pic.twitter.com/P3mjWBE0N9
— Kohl’s (@Kohls) March 14, 2018

April
What a better way to start the month than watching the PGA Masters and cheersing to National Beer Day?
And, what a better way to end the month than by honoring Mother Earth with Earth Day and dancing at Coachella?
Truly, this April is not only about the Easter bunny. It’s full of holiday delights.
Monthly ObservancesEarth MonthNational Volunteer MonthNational Autism Awareness MonthKeep America Beautiful MonthNational Garden MonthStress Awareness MonthNational Poetry Month
Weekly ObservancesApril 5-8 Masters WeekApril 15-22 – National Volunteer WeekApril 16-22- Animal Cruelty/Human Violence Awareness WeekApril 23-29 – Administrative Professionals WeekApril 22-28 – Every Kid Healthy WeekApril 22-28 – National Princess Week
DaysApril 1 – April Fool’s DayApril 2 – World Autism Awareness DayApril 2 – National Peanut Butter and Jelly DayApril 3 – Don’t Go To Work Unless it’s Fun DayApril 4 – School Librarian DayApril 7 – World Health DayApril 7 – National Beer DayApril 9 – Winston Churchill DayApril 10 – Free Cone Day (Ben & Jerry’s)April 10 – Golfer’s DayApril 11 – National Pet DayApril 11-14 – Masters Tournament PGAApril 12 – National Grilled Cheese DayApril 12-21 – Coachella Music FestivalApril 14 – Palm SundayApril 15 – National Titanic Remembrance DayApril 15 – Tax DayApril 19 – Good FridayApril 20 – Lookalike DayApril 21 – Easter SundayApril 22 – Earth DayApril 24 – Administrative Professionals DayApril 25 – Take Your Daughter and/or Son to Work DayApril 25 – Administrative Professional’s DayApril 27 – Arbor DayApril 27-29 – Talladega Superspeedway NASCARApril 28 – National Superhero DayApril 30 – National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

May
May is competing for my favorite month of the year.
Mostly because it consists of making a mean batch of margaritas for Cinco de Mayo and dressing up as Princess Leia for Star Wars Day.
But, before you break out the guac and lightsabers, May also honors military families, mothers, nurses, teachers, and more.
Plus, let’s not forget about the official start to summer with Memorial Day.
Grab your swimsuits, seven layer dip, and show appreciation you must (insert Yoda voice<(-_-)>).
Monthly ObservancesALS AwarenessAsthma AwarenessNational Celiac Disease Awareness MonthClean Air MonthGlobal Employee Health and Fitness MonthNational Barbecue MonthNational Bike MonthNational Hamburger MonthNational Salad MonthNational Photograph MonthGifts from the Garden MonthLupus Awareness MonthMilitary Family Appreciation Month
Weekly ObservancesFood Allergy Awareness Week (second full week of May)April 30-May 4 – National Tourism WeekApril 30-May 4 – Drinking Water WeekApril 30-May 4 – National Pet WeekMay 7-11 – Teacher Appreciation WeekMay 6- 12 – Nurse’s Week
DaysMay 1 – May DayMay 1 – Mother Goose DayMay 2 – Thank A Teacher DayMay 4 – Star Wars DayMay 4 – Kentucky DerbyMay 5 – Cinco De MayoMay 6 – National Nurse’s DayMay 8 – World Red Cross and Red Crescent DayMay 8 – National Teacher’s DayMay 9 – National Receptionists DayMay 10 – Military Spouse Appreciation DayMay 11 – Eat What You Want DayMay 12 – World Fair Trade DayMay 12 – Mother’s DayMay 15 – National Chocolate Chip DayMay 16 – Love a Tree DayMay 16-19 – PGA ChampionshipMay 18 – Armed Forces DayMay 18 – National Bike to Work DayMay 18 – NASCAR DayMay 19 – Armed Forces DayMay 20 – Be a Millionaire DayMay 24 – Victoria Day (Canada)May 25 – Geek Pride DayMay 25 – National Wine DayMay 26-Jun 9 – French OpenMay 26 – Sally Ride DayMay 26 – Indianapolis 500May 28 – Memorial Day
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

June
And just like that, we’re halfway through the year. Welcome to summertime!
From National Donut Day to the Women’s World Cup, this is the only holiday calendar you’ll need for June 2019.
I did you the favor of listing of the big events happening this June to help you build your marketing calendar.
That way you have more time tubing down the river with drinks and day drinking.
Monthly ObservancesMen’s Health MonthNational Safety MonthAcne Awareness MonthLGBTQ Pride MonthNational Adopt a Cat MonthAquarium MonthCandy Month
Weekly ObservancesJune 4-10 – Pet Appreciation WeekJune 12-18 – Men’s Health Week
DaysJune 1 – National Donut DayJune 2 – National Rocky Road DayJune 4 – Hug Your Cat DayJune 4 – National Cheese DayJune 5 – World Environment DayJune 7 – National Chocolate Ice Cream DayJune 7-July 7 – Women’s World Cup SoccerJune 8 – World Oceans DayJune 8 – National Best Friends DayJune 9 – Donald Duck DayJune 10 – Iced Tea DayJune 13 – National Weed Your Garden DayJune 13-16 –U.S. Open PGAJune 14 – Flag DayJune 16 – Father’s DayJune 16 – World Juggler’s DayJune 18 – National Splurge DayJune 19 – National Kissing DayJune 21 – First Day of Summer / Summer SolsticeJune 21 – National Selfie DayJune 22 – National Take a Dog to Work DayJune 29 – Camera DayJune 30 – Social Media DayStanley Cup FinalsNBA Finals
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

Happy #SMDay! 🎉
What’s Been One of Social Media’s Biggest Impacts on Your Life?
Share with #ImpactOfSocial! ❤️ You’ll Be Entered to Win Buffer Swag! pic.twitter.com/HoiGcTiRVZ
— Buffer (@buffer) June 30, 2018

July
It’s time to celebrate America’s birthday!
July is more than just Nathan’s hot dog eating contest, National Ice Cream Day, and fireworks.
It’s also home to World Emoji Day, Tour de France, Wimbledon, #NoMakeUp Day, and (my personal favorite) National 7-11 Day.
I mean, c’mon, if you don’t love a free Slurpee from 7-11, then we can’t be friends. The one time you don’t get judged for combining cherry and blue raspberry.
Monthly ObservancesIce Cream MonthNational Grilling MonthNational Picnic MonthNational Independent Retailer MonthNational Blueberry Month
Weekly ObservancesJuly 15-21 – Capture the Sunset WeekJuly 16-22 – Independent Retailers Week
DaysJuly 1 – National Postal Worker DayJuly 1 – International Joke DayJuly 1-14 – WimbledonJuly 2 – World UFO DayJuly 4 – Independence DayJuly 4 – Nathan’s Hot Dog Eating ContestJuly 5 – National Bikini DayJuly 6-28 – Tour de FranceJuly 7 – Chocolate DayJuly 8 – Video Games DayJuly 11 – National 7-Eleven DayJuly 12 – Pecan Pie DayJuly 13 – Rock Worldwide DayJuly 13 – French Fry DayJuly 15 – National Ice Cream DayJuly 16 – World Snake DayJuly 17 – World Emoji DayJuly 18 – World Hepatitis DayJuly 18 – Hot Dog DayJuly 18 – Amazon Prime DayJuly 19 – National Daiquiri DayJuly 20 – National Moon DayJuly 21 – #NoMakeUp DayJuly 24 – Amelia Earhart DayJuly 25-28 – World Golf Championships-FedEx St. Jude InvitationalJuly 26 – Aunt and Uncle DayJuly 28 – Parents’ DayJuly 30 – Father-in-Law DayJuly 30 – International Day of Friendship
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

We’re having a little celebration tomorrow… are you ready for it? pic.twitter.com/08dhLAtFK9
— 7-Eleven (@7eleven) July 10, 2018

August
Welp, I can’t believe it’s August already. It feels like just yesterday I was trading in my UGG boots for Rainbow flip-flops.
August symbolizes the death of summer for the kiddos and the rebirth of back to school for the parents.
August also represents the (official) start for NFL preseason. Plus, the Crossfit Games and the World Lumberjack Championships kick off.
Monthly ObservancesBack to School MonthNational Golf MonthNational Breastfeeding MonthFamily Fun MonthPeach Month
Weekly ObservancesAugust 6-12 – National Farmers’ Market WeekAugust 7-13 – PGA Championship TournamentAugust 13-19 – National Motorcycle WeekAugust 13-19 – Feeding Pets of the Homeless Week
DaysAugust 1 – Crossfit Games beginsAugust 1 – World Lumberjack ChampionshipsAugust 1-4 – Summer X GamesAugust 1 – NFL Preseason beginsAugust 1 – National Girlfriends DayAugust 2 – International Beer DayAugust 2 – National Ice Cream Sandwich DayAugust 5 – International Friendship DayAugust 8 – International Cat Day #InternationalCatDayAugust 9 – Book Lover’s DayAugust 10 – National S’mores DayAugust 12 – Middle Child’s Day (Go Jan Brady!)August 13 – Left-hander’s DayAugust 16 – National Tell a Joke DayAugust 18 – Bad Poetry DayAugust 19 – World Humanitarian DayAugust 21 – Senior Citizen’s DayAugust 26 – National Dog DayAugust 26 – Women’s Equality DayAugust 30 – Frankenstein DayAugust 31 – National Trail Mix Day
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:
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September
Get ready for sweater weather as September brings the first signs of fall.
But, this doesn’t give you an excuse to curl up with a good episode or two of “American Horror Story”.
September is the time to enjoy the three-day Labor Day weekend, outdoor grilling, and Oktoberfest.
Monthly ObservancesWilderness MonthNational Preparedness MonthNational Food Safety Education MonthFruit and Veggies—More Matters MonthNational Yoga Awareness MonthWhole Grains MonthHispanic Heritage MonthLittle League MonthBetter Breakfast Month
Weekly ObservancesSeptember 9-15 – National Suicide Prevention WeekSeptember 18-24 – Pollution Prevention WeekSeptember 17-23 – National Indoor Plant WeekSeptember 24-30 – National Dog Week
DaysSeptember 1 – International Bacon DaySeptember 2 – Labor DaySeptember 5 – Cheese Pizza DaySeptember 6 – Read a Book DaySeptember 8 – Grandparents DaySeptember 11 – 9/11September 11 – Patriot’s DaySeptember 12 – National Video Games DaySeptember 13 – Uncle Sam DaySeptember 15 – Greenpeace DaySeptember 16 – Wife Appreciation DaySeptember 15 – Boys’ and Girls’ Club Day for KidsSeptember 17 – Constitution DaySeptember 17 – Citizenship DaySeptember 19 – International Talk Like a PirateSeptember 21 – International Day of PeaceSeptember 21 – Oktoberfest BeginsSeptember 23 – Checkers DaySeptember 23 – First Day of FallSeptember 25– National Voter Registration DaySeptember 27 – World Tourism DaySeptember 28 – Native American DaySeptember 29 – Coffee DaySeptember 29 – World Heart DaySeptember 30 – Rosh Hashanah
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

Out of respect for the victims of September 11, we won’t be tweeting tomorrow. We will be back on September 12. #neverforget
— Sherwin-Williams (@SherwinWilliams) September 10, 2013

October
Remember the epic stunt by Benefit Cosmetics where the broke the Guinness World Record for the most people filling in their eyebrows at the same time for National Brow Day?
More than 250 people showed up in San Francisco to help the brand capture its third world record.
This whole spectacle made any of my usual Halloween marketing plans look like an afterthought.
But, even if you’re not breaking records or inventing your own holiday, October still has a lot to offer.
Monthly ObservancesBreast Cancer Awareness MonthAIDS Awareness MonthBully Prevention MonthAdopt a Shelter Dog MonthCeliac Disease Awareness MonthFinancial Planning MonthNational Pizza MonthAllergy Appreciation Month
Weekly ObservancesOctober 1-7 – Great Books WeekOctober 1-7 – National Work From Home WeekOctober 15-21 – Mediation WeekOctober 15-21 – National Business Women’s WeekOctober 22-28 – National Red Ribbon Week
DaysOctober 1 – World Vegetarian DayOctober 2 – Name Your Car DayOctober 2 – Brow DayOctober 3 – National Techies DayOctober 3 – National Boyfriend’s DayOctober 4 – National Taco DayOctober 4 – National Kale DayOctober 5 – World Teacher’s DayOctober 6 – World Smile DayOctober 6 – Oktoberfest EndsOctober 8 – Yom KippurOctober 9 – Columbus DayOctober 9 – Leif Erikson DayOctober 10 – World Mental Health DayOctober 11 – It’s My Party DayOctober 14 – Columbus DayOctober 13 – World Egg DayOctober 16 – World Food DayOctober 16 – Boss’s DayOctober 18 – Spirit Day (anti-bullying)October 19 – Sweetest DayOctober 22 – MLB World Series beginsOctober 24 – United Nations DayOctober 27 – Make a Difference DayOctober 30 – Mischief NightOctober 31 – Day of the Dead BeginsOctober 31 – Halloween
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

November
When entering the month of November for your marketing calendar, you may start to suffer from decision fatigue.
You have so many options from growing your mustache for Movember, turning your clocks back, or prepping for Thanksgiving.
And, don’t even get me started on Black Friday, Small Business Saturday, Cyber Monday, and Giving Tuesday madness. People spent $6.22 billion alone on Black Friday.
As you can see, November gets real busy, real quick. So, make some space on your calendar for these festive events.
Monthly ObservancesMovemberNational Healthy Skin MonthGluten-Free Diet Awareness MonthNational Adoption MonthNational Gratitude MonthPeanut Butter Lovers’ MonthNational Diabetes Awareness Month
Weekly ObservancesNovember 13-19 – World Kindness WeekNovember 13-17 – American Education Week
DaysNovember 1 – All Saint’s DayNovember 2 – Day of the Dead EndsNovember 3 – Sandwich DayNovember 3 – King Tut DayNovember 3 – Daylight Savings Time endsNovember 6 – U.S. General Election DayNovember 10 – Marine Corp BirthdayNovember 11 – Veterans DayNovember 12 – Chicken Soup for the Soul DayNovember 13 – World Kindness DayNovember 13 – Sadie Hawkins DayNovember 14 – World Diabetes DayNovember 15 – America Recycles DayNovember 16 – International Tolerance DayNovember 17 – Homemade Bread DayNovember 28 – Thanksgiving DayNovember 29 – Black FridayNovember 30 – Giving Tuesday
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

We know what’s true… But we’re gonna give you 24 hours to change our mind. Call to tell us why you think a hot dog IS NOT a sandwich. #ChangeOscarsMind pic.twitter.com/mhUoHBmnre
— Oscar Mayer (@oscarmayer) November 1, 2018

December
It’s December. You’ve got a lot on the brain. Free Shipping Day. The President’s Cup PGA tour. And, of course, Festivus.
There are the essentials like Christmas, New Year’s Eve, and all the holiday-themed joy that will get you through the month.
And, hopefully, you aren’t like me and already have your holiday marketing events planned well in advance.
Monthly ObservancesNational Human Rights MonthOperation Santa PawsBingo Month
Weekly ObservancesDecember 2-10 – ChanukahDecember 26-January 1 – Kwanzaa
DaysDecember 1 – World AIDS DayDecember 1 – Rosa Parks DayDecember 2 – Cyber MondayDecember 3 – Giving TuesdayDecember 4 – Cookie DayDecember 6 – St. Nicolas DayDecember 7 – Pearl Harbor Remembrance DayDecember 9-15 – Presidents Cup PGADecember 9 – Christmas Card DayDecember 10 – Nobel Prize DayDecember 12 – Poinsettia DayDecember 14 – Roast Chestnuts DayDecember 15 – Bill of Rights DayDecember 15 – Free Shipping DayDecember 18 – Bake Cookies DayDecember 19 – National Ugly Christmas Sweater DayDecember 20 – Go Caroling DayDecember 22 – First Day of Winter / Winter SolsticeDecember 23 – Channukah/Hanukkah beginsDecember 23 – FestivusDecember 24 – Christmas EveDecember 25 – Christmas DayDecember 26 – KwanzaaDecember 26 – Boxing DayDecember 27 – National Fruitcake DayDecember 30 – Channukah/Hanukkah endsDecember 31 – New Year’s Eve
Examples of holiday marketing for brands:

What’s in Your Marketing Strategy for 2019?
I know how tough it can be to run a business or manage clients.
There’s a long list of to-do’s that never seem to get done.
I’ve been there.
That’s why I created this marketing calendar for 2019. I want to help you stay organized to free up your time to focus on your marketing strategy 2019.
Hopefully, this inspired you to plan for next year.
I’d love to hear about your marketing goals for 2019. And, any campaigns you loved from 2018. Tweet us at @sejournal or @annaleacrowe to share your thoughts!
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