See the Chino Hills Ford Fire Truck Shine In the 39th Annual Walnut Family Festival Parade! – Los Angeles, CA

Let me guess: You want to tote the tots to the 39th annual Walnut Family Festival parade this Saturday, but you’re in a bit of a dilemma.

After all, there are food booths, arts and crafts, entertainment, dancing and a palatable pancake breakfast for the grown-ups! And The Filharmonic, also known as the A capella group featured in TV’s The Sing Off and the aca-mazing Pitch Perfect 2, are going to be beautifully blending their voices on the main stage to the delight of cool moms everywhere. But aca-scuse me, parents: You’re about to get pitch-slapped (or so they say in the movie, you know).

What’s the one thing that can trump Pitch Perfect and its predecessor when you’ve got kids in tow, though? FROZEN. 

Yes. Just when you thought your little ones would at last end their constant, rousing renditions of “Let It Go” at EVERY WAKING HOUR OF THE DAY, the Walnut Family Festival is throwing a wrench into your weekend plans with an exclusive appearance from Elsa and Anna of Arendelle mid-parade. Do you know how many times you’ll hear “the cold never bothered me anyway” once they catch just one glimpse of the illustrious and icy duo? At least 15 times the amount you had to watch it on DVD in a given day.

Sound the alarm, parents, because your thoughtful Chino area Ford dealer, Chino Hills Ford, is about to bring the HEAT to that aforementioned cold. While we’re technically promoting our greater Los Angeles Ford store and Quick Lane of Chino Hills Tire and Auto Service Center, we also saw an opportunity to roll our very own vintage 1988 Ford C-800 fire truck through that Walnut Family Festival parade to provide you with a decidedly convenient distraction. “LOOK: A FIRE TRUCK!” are the only four words you’ll need to proclaim to ensure everyone leaves happily and without feeling like a nut.

Sometimes you feel like a nut. But at this year’s Walnut Family Parade and Festival, you won’t when a dilemma is diffused by a daring diversion. Chino Hills Ford and our Chino Hills Quick Lane Service Center will be on the scene and ready to rescue any parent about to go down in Frozen flames (or otherwise suffering from FOMO) with our fascinating, fantastic fire truck this Saturday, October 10, 2015.

2015 City of Walnut Family Festival Parade

Date: October 10, 2015

Parade Route: La Puente Road from Lemon Avenue to Suzanne Road

Time: 10:00 A.M. through 12:00 P.M. (ceremony to follow in Suzanne Park)