Broomfield Days Parade

The Broomfield Days Parade has been running for many years. Broomfield is a suburb north of Denver. The city itself has grown by leaps and bounds over the past 10 years or so. The parade is about a mile long down a mostly residential street and ends at the grand stand and craft fair that is part of the annual celebration.

This year we had 6 cars join in the parade. Once again the RMOC took first place in the car club category. We received a very nice trophy and were asked back again next year. Although this is a very slow moving parade it was fun and we got a lot of shouts from the crowd on how good our cars looked.

We hope to continue to attend the parade in future years.

Here is a great group shot of the members at the staging area
Cruising down the parade route
That's Gary and Janice Lee's 1953
Joe and Lori Peifers 1970 Cutlass
Alan and Betty Lowes beautiful rag top
That's Jim Darr's 1957
One of Mick Shoup's entries, his 1955 Holiday
Micks other car a 1968 Delta 887
Along the parade route
That's the first place trophy

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