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Hatboro Holiday Parade Has New Theme Name

From left: Hatboro Holiday Parade Chairman Tim Shultz, Hatboro Mayor Norm Hawkes, Hatboro Police Chief James Gardner, Hatboro Parade theme contest winner Vicki Eisele.
From left: Hatboro Holiday Parade Chairman Tim Shultz, Hatboro Mayor Norm Hawkes, Hatboro Police Chief James Gardner, Hatboro Parade theme contest winner Vicki Eisele.
The Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce executive directors and Tim Shultz, parade chairman, are pleased to announce that Upper Moreland resident Vicki Eisele submitted the winning contest entry for the 53rd annual Hatboro Holiday Parade. "Candy Cane Cavalcade" will be this year's parade theme.

 Hatboro Chief of Police James Gardner announced the winner and theme name at Hatboro's National Night Out on Friday, August 9. "Candy Cane Cavalcade" was one of more than 80 submissions from surrounding communities. Eisele will receive a movie gift basket with Regal Cinema movie tickets and a movie gift card for snacks. She will also ride in the holiday parade with the grand marshal.

This year's parade will be held on Sunday, November 24, beginning at 2 p.m., rain or shine. The parade route starts at York Road and Summit Avenue. The chamber is now accepting parade participant applications.

 The Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce, hosts special and annual events to support area businesses, both large and small, including the Halloween Stroll, Holiday Parade and Moonlight Memories Car Show. The car show, now in its 21st year, draws more than 50,000 visitors to Hatboro each July. Hatboro will celebrate its Tricentennial in 2015.

 The Greater Hatboro Chamber of Commerce is located at 120 South York Road, Suite 6, Red Barn Mall, Hatboro, PA 19040.  For further information, please call the chamber office at 215.956.9540.

Media Contact: Daurelle Golden Harris, 215.262.8891

Email: westscot@comcast.net

 


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