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Oro Valley Parade preparations continue

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Posted: Wednesday, November 21, 2012 10:30 am

The Oro Valley’s 8th Annual Holiday Parade will be Dec. 8 at 9:30 a.m. 

The parade starts at Ironwood Ridge High School at 9:30am and travels east along Naranja Drive to Oro Valley Town Campus.

Oro Valley Parade Committee donates a portion of the proceeds to benefit Catalina Community Services and are still taking applications.

This is a great way to kick off the holiday season with friends and neighbors. It’s also an opportunity to help fulfill the parade committee’s mission of building a more unified community.

Oro Valley is an extraordinary place to live. Help celebrate what makes it special by bringing the whole family to cheer on parade participants: elected officials, community leaders, first responders, school marching bands, sports teams, dance troupes, local businesses, organizations and of course, Santa.

Non-Commercial Entries

Individuals/Organizations/Performance Groups (with or with-out Float Option): $10 or shopping bag filled with 20 non-perishable food items for Catalina Community Services.

Non-Commercial Entries

 PLATINUM SPONSOR: 

$1,750+

• Parade/media advertising in-cluding logo display and recog-nition on website AND logo on ALL parade banners

• Unlimited parade entries

GOLD SPONSOR: $500

• Corporate float option

• Parade/media advertising including name recognition on website

• Two parade entries

SILVER SPONSOR: $250

• Parade/media advertising

• One parade entry

COPPER SPONSOR: $100

• Post-parade advertising

• One parade entry

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BUSINESS SPONSOR: $50

• Parade/media advertising

• One parade entry

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