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America's Largest Veterans Day Parade

Date: 2014-09-19 12:00:00 am

America's Largest Veterans Day Parade


The 79th Annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony is a memorable Branson attraction not to be missed this November 11, 2014. This Branson attraction is America’s largest Veterans Day Parade where veterans from across the country come to Branson to participate in this exciting annual event. The parade will start at 11 am on 11th of November. Veterans and visitors participating in this great event will surely enjoy the exciting Veterans Daycelebration of all out American Veterans in Branson.

On the 11th hour on the eleventh day of the 11th month of the year, the Veterans Day Parade marches through historic downtown Branson. “Veterans Day” was once known as ‘’Armistice Day’’ is a long tradition of honoring veterans, active duty military personnel and their families. Considered as the Veterans capital of the nation, Branson is honored to dedicate this Veterans Day to America’s brave soldiers and military personnel. The veterans are proud of their patriotism to our country. People enjoy freedom because brave men and women have sacrificed their lives to achieve freedom for America.

American Heroes, young and old, joining The Veterans Day Parade can have the chance to enjoy many interesting attractions and exciting activities offered in Branson. Veterans will enjoy more fun if they visit one of the most popular 18-hole golf courses in Branson at Thousand Hills Golf Resort. There’s more fun too in over 100 live entertainment shows and movie shows in theaters. Whatever branch of military you belong, Marine, Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast guard, National Guard, Reserves, Inactive or Retired, you will never run out of fun, great entertainment, and exciting attractions in Branson.

Along with Annual Veterans Day Parade and Ceremony, a week-long celebration of Veterans Homecoming Week is also similarly celebrated in Branson during the first week of Ozark Mountain Christmas which starts from November 1 through December 31. The colorful Christmas shows, drive through displays of dazzling lights and Silver Dollar City’s Old Time Christmas are more evident in this annual event in Branson. All these provide veterans and visitors a unique opportunity to experience Ozark Mountain Christmas at the time of the Veterans Homecoming Week celebration that runs from November 5 through November 11.

Some of the highlights of the events in the Veterans Homecoming Week celebration include the following:

*Patriotic Welcome to Veterans Homecoming Week at Yakov Smirnoff Theater on November 5;

“Special Salute to Veterans” Dinner Cruise and Show on Showboat Branson Belle on November 5;

*Vets for Vets Welcome Show at Starlite Theater, also on November 5;

*Vietnam Veterans Mini Reunion, Camden Hotel and Conference Center on November 7;

*The First Annual Navy Ceremony ‘’Lost at Sea,’’ at Branson Landing on November 8;

*Korean War Mini Reunion, Stone Castle Inn on November 9;

*Wal-Mart Tribute to Veterans on November 10;

*Military Wedding Ceremony at The Branson Landing Fountains on November 11; and

*’’Celebrate Veterans’’ Breakfast, First Baptist Church of Branson on November 11.

So, if you want to witness America’s Largest Veterans Day Parade, visit Branson and stay at the best accommodation of Thousand Hills Golf Resort.


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