First, they’re sour, then they’re sweet. Well, the first ever sour patch kids float in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade will be nothing but sweet. We love sour patch kids, they are one of our favorite candies in our home so we were super excited to learn that they will be represented in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade this year.
Rising almost three-stories high and more than 32 feet long, the “Parade Day Mischief” float will portray SOUR PATCH KIDS characters doing what they do best – causing shenanigans as they take over a replica of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. The colorful, confetti-spilling marvel will bring to life an imaginative interpretation of how the Kids celebrate their Thanksgiving Day. In addition to dozens of animated Kids, the float will feature an amazing recreation of one of Macy’s iconic clowns as a giant balloon, as well as awe-inspiring depictions of New York City’s breathtaking skyscrapers. A surprise musical guest star will also be aboard for the Turkey Day ride down the 2.5-mile route.
Sour Patch Kids was nice enough to sponsor a giveaway for our readers. One person will win a sour patch kids prize package featuring their yummy candy. Entrants must be 18 or older and US Residents to be eligible to win. Entries will be accepted until 12/10/17.
*Disclaimer: This giveaway is sponsored by Sour Patch Kids. If for some reason the sponsor fails to send the prize or is unable to Parenting In Progress is not responsible for supplying the prize or the value of the prize to the winner.
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