February 7, 2017

On this day in 1964, four lads from Liverpool arrived in American for the first time.

Three thousand screaming fans were waiting for The Beatles as they arrived for their appearance on the Ed Sullivan Show and three concerts to follow. An estimated 73 million Americans...

January 20, 2017

It was in New York City, our nation's first capital, that George Washington became the first President of the United States. Congress had planned for the new government to begin its responsibilities on March 4, 1789, but a harsh winter made travel difficult.  The first...

January 13, 2017

Fear of the number 13 is the most prevalent superstition in the Western world. We even have a name for it: triskaidekaphobia. It is quite common for even the most ordinarily rational and otherwise exemplary person to possess this phobia. Winston Churchill, for example,...

December 20, 2016

At iHAMMS, we wish to thank all of our valued business partners, past, present and future all the best in this holiday season. We look forward to a new year, with many mutual successes for all.

Also, at this time, we’d like to share the following excerpt:

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November 22, 2016

Americans will be celebrating their Thanksgiving holiday this week, a festivity that dates back to the first “Thanksgiving” feast held in 1621 by the American Pilgrims and their native American Indian neighbors. The Pilgrims were the first American colonists to settle...

November 8, 2016

Hello America! As you head out to the polls to cast your all-important election votes, please remember to be kind. The President of the Unites States (POTUS) will change, but your family, friends, business colleagues and neighbors will not, so please be respectful when...

November 3, 2016

Another World Series is in the books. And what a game it was! Baseball fans were treated to a rare Game 7, 10th inning, right down to the nail-biting, edge-of-the-seat wire. Our hats are off to the Chicago Cubs, who are celebrating a well-deserved victory after a 108-y...

October 31, 2016

In parts all over the world today, we are celebrating Halloween.

For many cultures, this has become a childrens’ holiday, where they will dress up in costumes and go knocking on doors trick or treating for sweets. But Halloween (a contraction of All Hallow’s Evening) is...