Me and my friends are excited about the pride parade coming up.
We had a couple ideas/suggestions we'd like to share with you regarding
1.) If you're in such a rush to leave after the parade's over, why don't
we use my car (or somebody else's car) instead? If we used my car, I'd be
down for almost anything decorations-wise.
2.) Why not tie rainbow-colored balloons or a rainbow balloon arch to the
roof of the car? Could anyone hook us up with that? Anyone have a huge
rainbow flag we could wave?
3.) Why not stick a boombox with big speakers inside the car to blast
music as we march on by? I mean, it would be pretty awkward if we were
marching by in silence, wouldn't it?
4.) I play 5 musical instruments. Do you guys play anything? If so, we
might be able to form a mini marching band or something. Just a thought...
5.) Ever hear of Duplicolor Car Art Paint? We could paint rainbow colors
or a big rainbow on the car and we could quickly wash it off with a sponge
Hit me up with your thoughts.
> For those of you artistically inclined, I need help with ideas for
> decorating a vehicle for Pride Parade. The parade is on July 21st, less
> than two weeks away.
> I have some banners I can attach to the car, but that's rather boring.
> Any ideas? Do you own a print shop, a flag shop, a float-making business?
> Any resources at your disposal? Can you come before the parade starts to
> help decorate?
> The car is a white SUV. I am open to almost anything that can be removed
> without too much effort. Following the parade I must drive immediately to
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