Last Saturday, with smiles, enthusiasm, muscle and "that creative spark" Hand-Eye Supply's Parade Team took home the prize for best float at Portland, Oregon's 2011 Starlight Parade. Our flag-bearers and hand-tool drill squad led the charge, firing up the crowd and stoking our human-powered journey. The Budweiser Clydesdales didn't stand a chance against our draught team, who whooped n' hollered throughout our course. Nestled in the radiant wings of The Creative Spark's bamboo and steel carriage rode our creative kings and queens; beaming - bedazzled - majestic. Together, it became something bigger than could be expected, drawing in and reflecting outward the energy of the moment, the people and the place. It was unforgettable. Congrats to all involved!
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