Happy Labor Day!

Labor Day became an official US holiday in 1894. Always occurring on the first Monday in September, Labor Day was first described as a day to honor those “who from rude nature have delved and carved all the grandeur we behold.” In short…the American worker.

We, here at Calton Nutrition, want to say THANK YOU and pay HONOR to the men and women who get up each and every day and work hard to improve our great nation. From our military, public officials, teachers, entrepreneurs, scientists, inventors, health professionals, construction workers, police, and firemen to our students, stay at home parents, grocery store clerks and coffee shop baristas, each and every hard working person is essential to improving our quality of life and moving our country forward.

But there is another side of Labor Day too. An aspect that perhaps wasn’t initially intended by the creators of this holiday, but one we think is equally important. Labor Day is also an opportunity for all of us to give ourselves a pat on the back for all the hard work we do in other areas of our lives. Specifically all the time and effort you put into improving your health and accomplishing your personal goals and dreams – no matter what they are.

Let’s face it, it’s one thing to dream about being healthy or accomplishing a life long goal, and it’s a completely different thing to actually do it. Anyone who has accomplished anything in their live knows that it takes desire, drive, discipline and determination, day in and day out, to make your goals a reality. The bottom line is, achieving and maintaining extraordinary health is hard work; anyone who tells you differently is lying. Yes, there are tools that can help to make your journey easier and techniques that can make your efforts more productive, but in the end without labor, true labor, the kind of labor that most people run away from, most dreams, include that of becoming truly healthy, never come true.

We also recognize that it often takes a team effort to achieve our goals. So, this labor day we want to team up with you and help to support your health goals. This year we are going to do something we have never done before. We call it the Labor Day Gift Card Giveaway! Based on the price of your purchase we will give you a gift card to use on a future purchase*.

We actually feel this is better than a coupon good for a dollar value off a specific item. This is a gift card that you can use, just like cash; towards the purchase any item your want here at Calton Nutrition (it can even be used to cover shipping costs).


There’s no coupon codes to remember or anything you have to sign up for, simply purchase anything totaling a minimum of $100 between August 29th and midnight on Labor Day, Monday September 4th and on Tuesday September 5th we will automatically deliver the appropriate Gift Card Bonus directly to your Calton Nutrition account via a store credit. It will just be waiting for you the next time you come you come back to shop.

  • When you purchase over $100 we will send you a $10 Gift card.
  • When you purchase over $250 we will send you a $30 Gift card.
  • When you purchase over $500 we will send you a $75 Gift Card.

The good news is that you can spend on anything you want – anytime! And don’t worry if you don’t spend it all, your remaining balance can be used on future purchases! SHOP NOW & GRAB YOUR GIFT CARD!

We hope you have a wonderful Labor Day weekend, and that this year’s Labor Day Gift Card Giveaway helps makes your journey to extraordinary health just a little bit easier.

Live Extraordinary,

Jayson & Mira

PS – Don't wait!  The Labor Day Gift Card Giveaway ends at midnight (Eastern Time) on Labor Day, Sept 4th. Click here to get your gift card!


*This offer is not good with any other offers or promotion and cannot be applied to previously placed orders. Gift Cards will be distributed as store credit applied to your Calton Nutrition account after September 5th. This offer ends September 4th at midnight (Eastern Time). Sales price is determined after any applied coupons and before shipping & handling.