Posted on | April 19, 2012 | Comments Off
Recently, the “Eyes on Arlington” section of the Star Telegram ran a piece and mentioned the parade. We thank them for their continued sponsorship of the parade. We’ve included a clip below from the article along with a link to the full page.
Show your patriotic pride. Nothing says you love America more than being a part of Arlington’s 4th of July parade. Believed to be the largest parade in North Texas, the impressive procession perennially includes all sorts of amazing entries. And the deadline for getting your spot in the lineup is coming up on May 1.
According to the parade website, those registering an entry between May 2 and June 1 (the absolute deadline) will have to pay a $25 late entry charge.
Maybe this is the year your business, church, neighborhood or scout group, civic or charitable cause or hobby should be represented in the parade. Make a lasting memory by joining the lineup of bands, cars, bikes, floats, twirlers, cheerleaders, dancers, walkers, horses and many other wonderful participants that thrill the more than 30,000 spectators each year.
Fourth of July Association president June Owens reports that this year’s theme is “The Many Faces of America’s Freedom.” Get details at www.arlington4th.org or email email@example.com. Make note of a new phone number: 817-330-9USA.
Read more here.