Hob Nobble Gobble 2012

Published On: Nov 07 2012 01:15:20 PM EST
Updated On: Nov 07 2012 11:29:41 AM EST
DETROIT -

The tradition of Detroit’s own Hob Nobble Gobble® presented by PVS Chemicals, Inc. is ready to amaze on Friday, November 16, 2012, at Ford Field! 

Once again The Parade Company will electrify and delight at Hob Nobble Gobble®, the premiere fundraiser for

America’s Thanksgiving Parade®. This year’s Parade theme is, “An 86 Year Tradition,” and what a tradition this event is for so many.

SLIDESHOW: Previous Hob Nobble Gobble fun

Excitement awaits on the Hob Nobble Gobble® midway! Whirl and twirl on the flying saucers, ride the waves on the giant sea ray, see the sights from the ferris wheel and race around on the bumper cars!  After you have mastered the rides, show off your carnival skills on the giant carnival games and win amazing prizes!  Watch in awe as John Cassidy, Guinness World Records® holder, creates balloon magic. Join in the famous Parade of stars featuring dancing elves, thunderous sounds of the marching band and, all the way in from the North Pole, Santa Claus…all leading up to a performance by Multi-Platinum recording artist, Jay Sean, courtesy of 98.7 AMP Radio!!

Our Master of Ceremonies for the evening will once again be long time Parade Company supporter Paul W. Smith from WJR AM760.

Thank you in advance for your continued support! Last years event sold out well ahead of schedule and we anticipate the same this year!

To order tickets call (313) 923-7400

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