Volunteers still needed for Community Labor Day Truck Parade | Business
HOLLAND, Mich.-- The Holland/Zeeland Community Labor Day Truck Parade, taking place on September 2, is a celebration of our local businesses and workforce.
The event will host close to 60 large trucks from companies that produce and distribute goods from the Holland/Zeeland area. These big rigs “bring the noise” as they roll through downtown Zeeland beginning at 9:15 a.m. The parade will arrive in Holland at approximately 9:30 a.m. and end at the Holland Civic Center where free ice cream (compliments of the Truck Parade Foundation and Macatawa Bank), Boar’s Head hot dogs and other items will be handed out (while supplies last).
We invite the community to join in the celebration by cheering on the trucks along the parade route and then joining us at the Holland Civic Center directly after the parade. Whether you’re new to the area or a long-time resident, this is an event you wont want to miss! Be sure to bring your family, friends and co-workers to this annual celebration and don’t forget your ear plugs!
Volunteers are still needed for this event. Please contact Carla Flanders at Carla@cmfmarketing.com if you are interested in participating.
The parade could not happen without the generous support of our local businesses and sponsors including: Boar's Head, Gentex Corp, Haworth, Herman Miller Inc, ODL Inc, Van Eerden Trucking Company, ALTL INC., Hutt Trucking Co., Inc., Meijer, Royal Technologies Corp, Star Truck Rental, Trans-Matic, Western Michigan Fleet Parts, Zeeland Farm Services Inc, Bank of Holland, Manpower, Valley Truck Parts, Janssen Service Inc., Arrowaste Inc., Inontime Inc., ITW Drawform, Janssen Farms Hatcheries Inc, John A Vanden Bosch Co, Zeeland Lumber, AD Bos, Boileau Communications, City of Holland, City of Zeeland, Grassmid Transport, Holland Sentinel, JQ 99, Macatawa Bank, Macatawa Area Coordinating Council, Michigan's West Coast Chamber of Commerce, West Michigan Uniform, WHTC & WYVN Radio, Koleaseco, Inc. and Rabbit River Transport.