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How about we enter a float into the July 4th parade to advertise Kingwood.Com?

All your regulars, and their pets of course, could join in if they so desire.

Just an idea!



Jun 25, 2012 - 08:01 am
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Jun 25, 2012 - 09:28 am
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Awww I would have loved to have done this!!!! Booo for going home for the fourth maybe next year

Jun 25, 2012 - 10:01 am
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@kingwooddotcom thoughts?

Jun 25, 2012 - 01:12 pm
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It's a little late to enter a float, eh? It's only about a week until the 4th!

Jun 25, 2012 - 01:18 pm
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an appropriate float would be to have a small gate open on the float while all the KDC fems run around the float in their nightgounds  chasing loos dogs and cats around the float, meanwhile the men can sit on lawn chairs on the other side of the float looking at the Enquirer, Popular Science, and old Playboy magazines..... 

Jun 25, 2012 - 01:20 pm
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Floats really usually only consist of someone's pickup truck decorated in some garland & a sign. Not much to them most of the time.

Jun 25, 2012 - 01:30 pm
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an appropriate float would be to have a small gate open on the float while all the KDC fems run around the float in their nightgounds  chasing loos dogs and cats around the float, meanwhile the men can sit on lawn chairs on the other side of the float looking at the Enquirer, Popular Science, and old Playboy magazines..... 


@elguapo:

lmao that it just too funny, I would totally do that though. 

Jun 25, 2012 - 02:51 pm
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Floats really usually only consist of someone's pickup truck decorated in some garland & a sign. Not much to them most of the time.


@Heathur: if they are Mardi Gras floats, then they require a lot more than that....take it from someone who has worked on them before......



Jun 25, 2012 - 04:46 pm
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Floats really usually only consist of someone's pickup truck decorated in some garland & a sign. Not much to them most of the time.


@Heathur: if they are Mardi Gras floats, then they require a lot more than that....take it from someone who has worked on them before......




@mardigrasman:

I think the only difference is, on that the Mardi Gras floats, the vimen are prohibited from wearing any shirts and bras.



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Floats really usually only consist of someone's pickup truck decorated in some garland & a sign. Not much to them most of the time.


@Heathur: if they are Mardi Gras floats, then they require a lot more than that....take it from someone who has worked on them before......




@mardigrasman:
I did one before and we used one of those trailer wagon things and decorated that and attached it to a truck. 


Jun 25, 2012 - 04:59 pm
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Floats really usually only consist of someone's pickup truck decorated in some garland & a sign. Not much to them most of the time.


@Heathur: if they are Mardi Gras floats, then they require a lot more than that....take it from someone who has worked on them before......




@mardigrasman:
I did one before and we used one of those trailer wagon things and decorated that and attached it to a truck. 



@hgmag: yes you can do those, but if you need more room for more people and places to put your throws, you would need something larger like the single/double decker types, using wood/ paper machie' method ( I guess i am just spoiled from what i used to be involved with back in New Orleans)Animated Emoticons



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@hgmag: yes you can do those, but if you need more room for more people and places to put your throws, you would need something larger like the single/double decker types, using wood/ paper machie' method ( I guess i am just spoiled from what i used to be involved with back in New Orleans)Animated Emoticons




@mardigrasman:

Man you got to go all out, I have never seen them that elaborate here though. 

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@hgmag: yes you can do those, but if you need more room for more people and places to put your throws, you would need something larger like the single/double decker types, using wood/ paper machie' method ( I guess i am just spoiled from what i used to be involved with back in New Orleans)Animated Emoticons




@mardigrasman:

Man you got to go all out, I have never seen them that elaborate here though. 


@hgmag: here you go...........



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@hgmag: here you go...........




@mardigrasman:
Wow those are amazing!


Jun 25, 2012 - 05:58 pm
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I went to the kingwood mardi gras & Galveston mardi grad and BOTH had a good amount of trucks just decorated with stuff from party city & signs. Participating in the parade would be a GREAT way to advertise for KDC considering the parade is in kingwood & do many people attend.

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