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See you tomorrow at the McAllen Holiday Parade

See you this Saturday at the McAllen Holiday Parade!

The Magic Returns tomorrow, Saturday, December 4th along the 1.5 mile parade route featuring illuminated floats, giant balloons, and the new “Vuelta Zone”.

Celebrities Mario Lopez and Julian Gil will serve as co-hosts for the parade, while recently announced international celebrities Ximena Cordoba and Danilo Carrera will also make an appearance at the parade. Also making appearances at this year’s parade will be Raul Brindis of Univision Radio, with El Show de Raúl Brindis y Pepito, the leading Morning Show in Houston regardless of language; iHeart Radio DJ Tino Cochino, who hosts the number one Latino hosted English-speaking syndicated radio show in America, airing nationally in over 60 markets across the country; and ShoBoy, whose show is a nationally syndicated feel-good listening experience that’s real, relatable and fun with a Latin Twist
The McAllen Holiday Parade, presented by H-E-B and powered by Bert Ogden & Fiesta Dealerships, is the largest illuminated holiday and helium balloon parade in Texas and uses 15 miles of rope light, which generates 1,875,000 lumens of light to properly illuminate the parade and 44,500 cubic feet of helium to keep those giant balloons afloat and is powered by 12,000 horsepower by over 50 trucks from Bert Ogden & Fiesta Dealerships.

Other sponsors who are helping to bring the largest illuminated holiday and helium balloon parade in Texas to the streets of McAllen are Budweiser, Reliant, McAllen International Airport and South Padre Island CVB. Other sponsors include McAllen I.S.D.; McAllen International Bridge System; McAllen Public Utility; Matt’s Building Materials; Stripes/Laredo Taco Company; Metro McAllen; University of Texas-RGV; Winfield Communities, IBC Bank; Peña Eye Institute; Linebarger Attorneys at Law; McAllen Chamber of Commerce/MXLAN; PepsiCo.; McAllen Public Works; Mike Rhodes – Tres Lagos; AEP Texas; McAllen Economic Development Corp.; Lacks; Doña Lula; Hermes; Whataburger; South Texas College; Cigna Health Care; O’ Reilly Auto Parts; Plains Capital Bank; Taco Palenque; Raising Canes; Carollo Engineers; KSA Engineers; MedCare EMS; Halff Associates; Raba Kistner Consultants, Inc.; S&B Infrastructure; and the Texas Lottery. Media Partners include KRGV 5/Azteca; IHeart Radio; Univision 48 Entravision; Aim Media The Monitor; Telemundo 40; Univision Radio; Nexstar Media: KGBT 4/NBC Local 23; Mas Music; The Advance News; Radio United; Revista Expresión, El Periódico, U S.A.; and Lamar Outdoor.