The 4th Annual REED NISSAN Jingle Bell Dog Jog event will be part of the Orlando Christmas Parade in Downtown Orlando on Sunday, December 2nd to benefit the Orlando Christmas Parade and a local pet rescue. The Jingle Bell Dog Jog participants will wind their way through the Downtown streets before the start of The Orlando Christmas Parade. Keeping with the parade’s theme, JINGLE ALL THE WAY, the dog jog participants and their canines are encouraged to wear holiday attire and jingle bells.
The REED NISSAN Jingle Bell Dog Jog will start at the corner of Rosalind and Central Boulevard and travel north to Robinson at The VUE. The pet procession then travels east to Summerlin Avenue in Thornton Park. The mini parade officially ends at Central and Summerlin. Judges will be stationed at the Amphitheater to select the "Best Dressed" pets during the Holiday Costume Contest. Awards will be given out before the REED NISSAN Jingle Bell Dog Jog on stage at Lake Eola Park. The largest “Team Entry” during registration will get free VIP seating on Rosiland Avenue for the Grand Parade They will be featured in a photo on the JingleBellDogJog.com webpage. Event sponsors include REED NISSAN, URBAN PET MAGAZINE, Dog Day Afternoon, IOA, Coconut Cove All-Suite Resort in Clearwater, Barking Mad Dogwear and Pet Carousel.
IF YOU LIKE CHRISTMAS, GOURMET FOOD TRUCKS, DOGS, COSTUME CONTESTS, SANTA, LIVE HOLIDAY MUSIC AND PARADES, PLEASE JOIN US DECEMBER 2ND FOR CENTRAL FLORIDA'S LARGEST HOLIDAY CELEBRATION.
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Orlando Events Unlimited - Teri Boardman
Orlando Events Unlimited is an award winning event planning service in Central Florida and has been operating there since 1987. This company owns and operates On One Knee Proposals and the Orlando Fashion Square Christmas Parade, Holiday at the Square, Jingle Bell Dog Jog and Santa Salutes the Stars TV Special, Gators Night Out, Audi Jockeys, Juleps & Jazz and the EasterFest in Winter Park. Services range from small intimate affairs to large social gatherings for private or charitable groups. Contact Teri Boardman at 407-898-3130 for more information.