If you think the parade floats just magically appear, you're wrong. Clyde Watts, his company Lone Start Parade Floats, and a few of santa's helpers are making magic.
The designs floats for a living and has been working all week on floats for Channel 8 and PSO, to name a couple.
This year, organizers are expecting 25-thousand people to attend the parade. They'll see more than 60-parade entries, including. homemade floats, decorated cars and bands from all over Oklahoma and course Santa Claus.
Once the bright lights. and fancy floats have paraded downtown. Clyde and his crew will break them down. and start on the next parade. By the way, he says no two floats are alike. They spend months designing ideas and decorating.
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