Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Parade – – January 19, 2015 – – Jacksonville, FloridaPosted 16 Jan 2015 by Law Office of John M. Phillips
We invite our clients, friends and supporters to join us on January 19, 2015, as we walk in the Parade honoring the life of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and let us know who is coming.
What are we doing?
Ron Davis, the father of Jordan Davis is a guest of the MLK Parade. He will be riding in a convertible. After Ron, we are bringing the law office Boom Box and the families of Jordan Davis, Brandon Green and Leo Little (among possible others) will be walking with the attorneys and some staff from our office.
We have thousands of memorial wristbands to give out, as well as koozies.
Where to Meet?
We will meet in Lot J of the Everbank Field football facility. However, you cannot park at that facility. And you cannot drive your own car in the parade. You must walk it or ride with us.
You have two parking options – Parking for parade participants is at the Prime Osborn. you can then get a shuttle to the stadium. You must be with us at the staging area in Section A of lot J stadium by 8:30 AM.
Here is the shuttle information:
We will be meeting at my office located at 4230 Ortega Blvd., Jacksonville, Florida, at 7:15 AM. Do not be late. We will be leaving by 7:30 AM. Some will be going to the Prime Osborn. Some will be going with the boombox and Ron’s car to the parade route. We will meet up before 8:30 at section A of lot J.
If a car is dropping you off at the stadium, they must drop off at Lot D:
The Parade starts at 10:00 AM. We are in the front so need to be ready to go, without distraction, by 9:30. Here is the Parade Route:
It is a little bit of a walk. You can always stop if you want along the way. Wear comfortable shoes and clothes. It is supposed to be sunny, but chilly.
After the parade, some will go home and some will assemble at the Landing to support Ron and others speaking. We have a little tent there.
Please review the rules for the Parade.