Honoring America’s Veterans Seeking Parade Theme Suggestions

The Submitter Whose Suggestion Get Us Closest to Our Final 2021 Parade Theme, Will Receive Two VIP  Passes at Honoring America’s Veterans Premier Seating Area

Child Waving American Flag inside Parade Vehicle
This youngster displays his patriotism by waving an American Flag in his entry vehicle at the Phoenix Veterans Day Parade.

Thanks to new guidance from health officials, we now have a “green light” to host an in-person Phoenix Veterans Day Parade for 2021.

Right now, we’re brainstorming on Parade theme ideas as we celebrate our 25th parade anniversary.  Our themes are short, usually about three to four words, and capture the essence of life and times around us.  Some past themes include:

  • Heroes One and All
  • Serving With Honor
  • Salute to Veterans
  • Let Freedom Ring.

If you have a theme suggestion, please send it to info@honoringamericasveterans.org by April 15th.

If we select your theme, we will add you to our VIP guest list to see the parade front and center from our premiere seating area.

Now in its tenth year, the vision of Honoring America’s Veterans continues.  From 2011 to today, we present the parade each year on Veterans Day.  In so doing, we continue to touch the lives of our nation’s veterans positively.

Like other organizations, our nonprofit, Honoring America’s Veterans, shares personal stories of Veterans and active duty members that most people may never meet. Our military is about one percent of the population, while our veterans comprise about seven percent of the population.

These are the men and women who left their homes, families, and friends to serve our country. Their stories are amazing. In our eyes, they are all heroes. We believe they deserve our recognition, our support, our gratitude.  That’s why Honoring America’s Veterans exist.  We hope you will join us in our journey to thank our veterans, to honor them, and to recognize them for defending the freedoms we enjoy.

We look forward to seeing you at the Parade at 11 a.m. on Thursday, November 11th,  from Central Avenue and Bethany Home to 7th Street and Indian School Road.