Independence Day Parade

July 2, 2014

August 31, 2015

8:00 am To 11:00 am

$30

Flatiron 12 W 19th St New York, NY 10011

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    Event Description

    The Wawa Welcome America! Independence Day Parade is bigger and better than ever in 2011 with more than 4,000 participants from a dozen states.

    The parade kicks off at 11 a.m. and features 16 marching musical groups, nine floats, five military branches and plenty of special guests.

    Among the performers this year: the Hoh Japanese Drummers, Minas Brazilian Dancers and Drummers and the oldest fife and drum band in America, the Mattatuck Drum Band founded in 1767.

    Hundreds of active duty enlisted and veteran soldiers and officers from the Marines, Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard will march down the nation

    Organizers

    Castor Event Organizers

    5 Buckingham Dr Street, paris, NX, USA - 21478

    01-025-98745871

    0897456123071

    http://steve.com

    About the Organizers

    What we do?

    An event is normally a large gathering of people, who have come to a particular place at a particular time for a particular reason. Having said that, there's very little that's normal about an event. In our experience, each one is different and their variety is enormous. And that's as it should be: an event is something special. Aone - off. We plan these occasions in meticulous details, manage them from the ground, dismantle them when they are over and assess the result.


    How we do it?

    Events can be used to communicate key message, faster community relations, motivate work forces or raise funds. One of the first things we ask our clients is, what they want to achieve from their event. This is the cornerstone of the whole operation for us, our starting point and most importantly, it's the way success can be measured.

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