Tulsa Christmas Parade Committee Announces Theme And New Santa Float Design
The annual Tulsa Christmas Parade presented by American Waste Control is one of the year's most anticipated events. This year's theme, "Art Deco the Halls", celebrates the city's rich history and unique architectural style dating back to the 1920s.
By: Tulsa Christmas Parade
The 2022 Tulsa Christmas Parade will take place on Saturday, December 10th, 2022, at 11:00 AM. The parade will entertain spectators lining the streets while Art Deco-themed floats, giant balloons, bands, and Santa himself in his newly designed float go by, bringing Christmas joy to the streets of downtown Tulsa.
This year's parade is sure to be a sensational celebration of Tulsa's rich Art Deco history and culture dating back to the 1920s. The parade will feature floats adorned with festive decorations inspired by the art deco style that flourished in Tulsa during the 1920s, the decade the Tulsa Christmas Parade was founded.
Paul M. Ross, Vice President of American Waste Control, said, "Kenny just got off the phone with the North Pole, and Santa's elves were very excited to hear the news. Kenny just asked them to help design a brand new float for Santa Claus to ride in the Tulsa Christmas Parade. The elves got to work right away. They couldn't wait to see Santa's reaction when he saw it."
The Tulsa Christmas Parade invites the public to come on down to Downtown Tulsa on December 10th at 11:00 AM to celebrate our beloved and beautiful city! Art Deco the Halls and experience the joy of Christmas in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Jessica Gullo, director of the Tulsa Christmas Parade, said of this year's theme, "In the 1920s, Tulsa was in a booming era of prosperity, and Art Deco buildings became a sign of the creativity of city's founders, as well as a way of using that prosperity to paint a beautiful landscape in our own downtown. These beautiful buildings are a lasting legacy for us to enjoy today. Now, nearly 100 years later, we will pass by many of the same buildings our parents, grandparents, and even great-grandparents, waited in front of with anticipation throughout the years. We will celebrate our city's architectural art with a theme of 'Art Deco the Halls' and want to invite local businesses, churches, and community groups to join us with their own floats dazzling with Christmas-themed, Art Deco, motifs."
As always, the parade is free to attend, and we hope businesses from all around Tulsa and Oklahoma will join us by participating in this year's parade. Today, entries are officially open for organizations that would like to participate in the parade. Applications are available at www.TulsaChristmasParade.org
2021 Tulsa Christmas Parade Sponsors
American Waste Control, KTUL Channel 8, ABCO Party Rentals, Barracuda Staffing, BancFirst Insurance Services, Bruckner's Truck Sales, BWI Sanitation, BPM Services, Chick-fil-A, KXOJ, Lamar Outdoor, Matheson Gas, Pine Street Auto Recyclers, Price Family Properties, Public Service Company of Oklahoma, Rambin Petroleum, Red Dog Construction, ResourceOne, Route 66 Wraps and Signs, Sherwood Construction, Stack Host, Tedford Insurance, TulsaPeople Magazine, Tulsa World, WarrenCAT, YellowHouse.
ABOUT THE TULSA CHRISTMAS PARADE
For almost 100 years, the Tulsa Christmas Parade has entertained thousands of families as it winds through the streets of downtown Tulsa. An annual tradition for many Oklahoma families, the Tulsa Christmas Parade, presented by American Waste Control, celebrates 96 years in Green Country. The official event takes place on December 10th, 2022, at 11 AM in Downtown Tulsa.
ABOUT AMERICAN WASTE CONTROL
American Waste Control is the product of more than 40 years in the waste collection and dumpster rental business. Since our founding in 1970 by visionary Kenneth Burkett, we've built our company on serving the Tulsa community and providing the best in waste management and Tulsa dumpster rental solutions, first with residential trash services in the early 70's and then in the arena of commercial collection services that have become the envy of Oklahoma.
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