A Day of Remembrance: Memorial Day 2020

In 1989, five days before Christmas, Sergeant William Delaney Gibbs from the 7th Infantry Division was killed in action during Operation Just Cause in Panama, leaving behind a young wife and an unborn daughter. Children of Fallen Patriots CEO, David Kim, served with Sergeant Gibbs and was inspired by his sacrifice and never forgot about…

Mount Rushmore

Presidents Day 2020

In observance of Presidents’ Day, Impression Point will be closed on Monday, February 17th.  We will reopen on Tuesday, February 18th at 9am.  Check out some interesting facts about Presidents’ Day below. Presidents’ Day was originally established to celebrate George Washington’s birthday and is traditionally celebrated on February 22nd – Washington’s actual birthday.  Today, we…

Statue of Christopher Columbus in Brooklyn

Columbus Day 2019

In recognition of the Columbus Day holiday, Impression Point will be closed on Monday 10/14 and will reopen again on Tuesday, 10/15 at 9 a.m. We hope you enjoy the holiday! Click on the link for a wiki history , but if you want a lighter take, check out the poem below. Here is the complete…

Declaration of Independence at the National Archives in Washington DC. Guarded by marines

Independence Day 2020

Preserving the Charters of Freedom By Emmet Pierce – Abridged Written on parchment, the original copy of the Declaration of Independence is encased in a titanium and aluminum frame and secured behind bulletproof glass and plastic laminate. Each night the Declaration is lowered into an underground vault. “It took five years and $5 million to…

Happy Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving 2019

“I am grateful for what I am and have. My thanksgiving is perpetual… My breath is sweet to me. O how I laugh when I think of my vague indefinite riches. No run on my bank can drain it, for my wealth is not possession but enjoyment.” ― Henry David Thoreau In observance of the…

Columbus Day 2017

In recognition of the Columbus Day holiday, Impression Point will be closed on Monday 10/10 and will reopen again on Tuesday, 10/11 at 9 a.m. We hope you enjoy the holiday! Click on the link for a wiki history , but if you want a lighter take, check out the poem below. Here is the complete 1492…