Welcome to the Sponsor Board. Although the Lakewood 4th of July Parade is non-commercial, we do encourage and acknowledge sponsorship from neighbors and neighborhood businesses alike.
All Sponsors have their names proudly displayed on a Sponsor Board which participates in the parade and is displayed at the "Parade Grounds" afterwards. We duplicate that Sponsor Board here, for the current and prior years.

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(click here to send us a Sponsor form E-mail)
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2008 Sponsors

The Sheffie Kadane Family
David Bush Homes
Dirk Hilkmann, State Farm Insurance
Like-Nu Auto Paint & Body
Rudolph's Meat Market
The Wendel Family
neighborsgo.com
Republic Title
Sandra Z Brothers, MD & Melissa K. Crochet, MD Obgynofdallas.com
Pilates Unlimited At Lakewood Gym
RGB Interactive
Signage Systems
Whole Foods Market
10paint5.org, "KanvasKidz"
Lakewood Now
Belmont Garage
People Newspaper
Richard H. Vitale & Family
Kathy Carroll
Christopher London
Colonial Bank
Comerica Bank

Group One Realtors - Carol Hensley

Jefferson Bank
Kelly and Scott Jackson
Lakewood People
Matt's Ranchero Martinez
Professional Bank N.A. - Lakewood
Scott Carlson
Team Whiteside
The PlayMore Pools Company
Times Ten Cellars
Cantina Laredo
A.H.K. Mortgage
Ann and Joe Gaspari
Ashley, Jeff, Claudia, and Allison Lamont
Century Glass
Kathleen Varadi & Kim Turner
The Dixie House Lakewood
S.H. McCombs Co., Inc.
Rutherford Veterinary Hospital
The Patterson Family
Whiterock Boathouse
Curiosities
Gerry & Norma Worrall
Joyce Donohoe

Legal Grounds - Law & Coffee

Miller Travel, Inc.

Terry Syler

Renee Richeson

The UPS Store, Lakewood

Tom & Alison Weinberg

Evolve Securities, Inc
Member NYSE/SPIC/NFA 11300 N. CENTRAL EXPRESSWAY, SUITE 601, DALLAS, TX 75243

Parade Sponsors in Prior Years

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Grand Union 1775:

Also known as the Continental flag, it is the first true U.S. Flag. It combined the British King's Colours and the thirteen stripes signifying Colonial unity. George Washington liked this design so well that he chose it to be flown to celebrate the formation of the Continental Army on New Years Day, 1776. On that day the Grand Union Flag was proudly raised on Prospect Hill in Somerville, near his headquarters at Cambridge, Massachusetts.