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McAllen Holiday Parade announces Christmas in the Park legendary elements and McAllen Holiday Parade FANtastic contest

McAllen Holiday Parade announces Christmas in the Park legendary elements and McAllen Holiday Parade FANtastic contest

McALLEN - Residents can begin their 2019 holiday season fun by celebrating under and with the stars at Christmas in the Park, starting on Friday, December 6. The family-friendly and free winter festival is held at Municipal Park, right next to McAllen Veterans Memorial Stadium at 1921 Bicentennial Boulevard, and features food, fun, vendors, arts & crafts and entertainment for the whole family. Thanks to the Dr. Raul Peña and Peña Eye Institute, the Dallas Cowboys fan experience for this year will be unlike anything ever experienced by anyone before. For the first time ever, Jerry Jonesʼ Private Dallas Cowboys Tour Bus will be made available to the general public, right here in McAllen at Christmas in the Park. Attendees will be able to boar the bus, take pictures and see what life is like for those Dallas Cowboys and Jones when traveling on the bus. Additionally, the official Dallas Cowboys Tailgate Trailer, complete with a chef cooking on site, will be a part of the set-up at Christmas in the Park, as well. “This is such an amazing offering for not only our Dallas Cowboys fans here in McAllen, the Rio Grande Valley, South Texas and northern Mexico, but really, for anyone who likes to see the spirit and camaraderie of professional sports teams,” said McAllen Mayor Jim Darling. “But I have to admit, I am extremely excited to see the Tailgate Trailer and I am sure that all of the amazing Rio Grande Valley a bar-be-quers out there are going to be getting tips and maybe even, giving tips. I might even take some notes about the bus and see if we can get one for the McAllen Mayor....” he added jokingly. Of course, no McAllen Holiday Parade will be complete without the special appearance of the world-famous Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders and Rowdy, the Dallas Cowboys mascot, who will all be arriving for a special Meet & Greet with children from the Capable Kids Foundation, before their big presentation during the Saturday night parade. “Being a part of the McAllen Holiday Parade, which has become such a special part of the Christmas tradition for families here in the Rio Grande Valley, is very exciting for me and the Peña Eye Institute,” said Dr. Peña. “We are proud of the eye care we provide and have had the privilege of serving our community. Being the Rio Grande Valley's Official IntraLASIK Surgeon of the ...

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