Suddenly Sleepy Saturday
Suddenly Sleepy Saturday, a Day for Narcolepsy Awareness, will be observed on March 8, 2014. People all over the country and the world are planning events to raise narcolepsy awareness.
Suddenly Sleepy Saturday Events
- Narcolepsy Bed Race, Roanoke, VA
- 3Z Realty’s Office Opening Celebration & Horse Race Fundraiser, San Marco, TX
- South Florida Narcolepsy Support Group First Meeting, Weston,FL
For help, see our 2014 proclamation wording, cover letter template, helpful tips, Example of a Proclamation Procedure and contact information for every state’s governor. Some states also have online resources that let you submit requests electronically, so if you’re tech savvy, look for these resources via Google. Receiving a proclamation usually takes 3-6 weeks, so don’t delay in starting the process. March 8 is just around the corner!
So far, Suddenly Sleepy Saturday proclamations are underway in these states.
(Received next to the state indicates that the requestor has received word from the Governor’s office that the proclamation has been granted.)
Connecticut - Received!
Georgia - Received!
Illinois – Received!
Indiana - Received!
Iowa - Received!
Minnesota - Received!
Nebraska - Received!
New Hampshire - Received!
North Carolina - Received!
Ohio - Received!
Rhode Island - Received!
South Carolina - Received!
South Dakota - Received!
Texas - Received!
Washington - Received!
West Virginia - Received!
Wisconsin - Received!
Have you requested a proclamation in your state? If so, let us know so we can update the list.
Once you’ve received your official proclamation, use our proclamation news release template to announce it to your local media.