About once a month, I start getting calls at work asking "Are y'all gonna be open tomorrow?" I usually answer with a baffled "Uh, yes," and remain confused until I notice that the bank is closed on my drive to work the next day.
Now, granted, I live in a town full of federal employees, university students & faculty and, apparently, bankers, so the need to explain this is kind of understandable: Folks, I work in a retail establishment. We sell you things. If you are off of work, and we are not open, we cannot sell you anything. This would be bad. For that reason, over the last year, we were closed Christmas Day, Thanksgiving, and, (only after much soul-searching) New Year's Day, Easter Sunday, and the Fourth of July.
We are open on President's Day (aka Washington's Birthday), Veteran's Day (aka Armistice Day), Labor Day, Columbus Day, MLK's Birthday, probably Memorial Day, Halloween, Groundhog Day, April Fool's Day, Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, Grandparent's Day, Secretaries' Day, and National Car Care Month. Basically, all those times that banks are closed, we're open. I'd type more, but I have to get to work.