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Days of '47 KSL 5 Parade Trivia: Watch & Win!
Congratulations to the Winners!
Marnee Miller > $250 Visa gift card from Your Local Wasatch Front Nissan Dealers
Jeff Johnson > VIP package to the red carpet screening of "Charly", including dinner to The Roof
Debbie Hicken > iPad
David Hatch > Flat screen TV
Ryan Kitchen > Downtown Shopping Day, including $150 The Gateway gift card and $150 City Creek Center gift card
Tune into the Days of '47 KSL 5 Parade on KSL 5 TV from 9am to 11am on Tuesday, July 24, and you could be the lucky winner of one of five great prizes, including: a $250 Visa gift card from Your Local Wasatch Front Nissan Dealers; a VIP package to the red carpet screening of "Charly", including 2 tickets to the premiere, 2 tickets to the pre-show party, dinner for two at The Roof, and two additional movie tickets; an iPad; a flat screen TV; and a Downtown Shopping Day, including a $150 gift card to The Gateway and a $150 gift card to City Creek Center.
Watch for 10 Nissan vehicles to appear on your screen throughout the parade. Write down their colors and submit your answers on the contest page (by midnight on 7/24) at www.facebook.com/ksltv for your chance to watch and win!
The Days of ’47 KSL 5 Parade
The Days of '47 KSL 5 Parade is one of the largest and oldest parades in the United States. It's a family tradition full of colorful floats, bands, horses, clowns, and other entries thrill thousands of spectators each year. Many camp out on the streets the night before -- just to ensure a great seat to catch it all. The parade is televised live throughout the intermountain area on KSL 5 TV from 9am to 11 am on Pioneer Day.
On the morning of July 24, the parade route starts at South Temple and State Street, goes east to 200 East, south to 900 South, then east to Liberty
Park at 600 East. CLICK HERE for a map of the parade route.