HAPPY ST. PATRICK’S DAY! “For each petal on the shamrock
This brings a wish your way –
Good health, good luck, and happiness
For today and every day.”
March is a great time to check out Sprad’s RVs largest selection of floorplans of the year. Take advantage of our 2015 Model Year Closeout Event and save thousands of dollars. Select remaining 2015 units are discounted to crazy low prices to sell this month.
Sneak Preview for Retail Parts Sidewalk Sale! Open to Public Saturday MARCH 5th 8am - 1pm
Sprads has recently moved our Parts store and in the process we have found some special retail items that we are selling at over 80% off!
All these special retail items will be sold for pennies on the dollar. Some are open, some have minor scratches and dents and some are just old and all are marked down to over 80% off! For customers receiving this email you are invited this Friday March 4th to Sprad's RV between 8-4 pm to get early access to this huge selection of amazing deals!
Don’t miss out on this once a every few year unique sales event. Just some of the items you will find this Friday:
Top 5 Places to Visit for
St. Patrick's Day Parade
Come, lads and lasses. St. Patrick's Day is just mere weeks away. What better way to celebrate your Irish heritage than by loading up your RV and heading out on a road trip to America's St. Patty's hot spots with your friends? Here's our top five.
1. Boston, Massachusetts
It goes without saying that Boston, MA, in the Irish epicenter the Northeast. Some folks may even argue that it is the unofficial capital of St. Patrick's Day in America. With one of the largest holiday parades in the country, featuring Irish dancers, pipe musicians, and marching bands, the city puts on an impressive festival to celebrate all things Irish.
The main South Boston parade starts at West Broadway and Dorchester Avenue. This year, the parade will take place Sunday, March 15 at 1 pm.
New Yorkers also take St. Patrick's Day very seriously. Often regarded as the most popular parade with an estimated 2 million visitors each year, New York's St. Patrick's Day Parade is a spectacle not to be missed. It was organized by Irish soldiers in the British army in 1762 and has been going strong ever since. The parade goes up Fifth Avenue from 44th to 79th Street. This year, the New York City St. Patrick's Day Parade will take place on Tuesday, March 17, starting at 11 a.m. The best place to catch a view of the parade would be on the west side of 59th Street which borders Central Park.
Chicagoans will tell you that nothing compares to their St. Pat's celebration, which is highlighted by dyeing the Chicago River green at 09:30 a.m. on the morning of the St. Patrick's Day Parade on March 14, 2015. The dyeing is best viewed from the east side of the Michigan Avenue bridge, the west side of the Columbus Drive bridge or upper and lower Wacker Drive between Michigan Avenue and Columbus Drive. This year the parade starts at noon on March 14 and it features drummers, marching bands, and decorated floats. Visitors can sample the traditional fare of corned beef and cabbage as they watch the entertainment. It wouldn't be St. Patty's Day without a pint of Guinness or Smithwicks, so tag along on a pub crawl in the Windy City, too.
While it may come as a surprise, Savannah makes it into our top five. It has been celebrating St. Patrick's since 1813 and likes to do it big, with an attendance exceeding 400,000, helped by the fact it is nice and warm in March. The three-hour parade starts at 10:15 AM on March 17 and goes through the Historic Park District, where you'll find fountains that have been dyed green. Participants include a number of bands and U.S. military divisions. Don't miss the much-beloved green grits you can find at the city's eateries and Guinness Beer Stout ice cream from Leopold's Ice Cream.
Dublin, Ohio celebrates its Irish heritage with a mile-long parade made up of approximately 100 floats, bands and bagpipers and of course the Grand Leprechaun. It starts at 11 AM on Saturday, March 14, 2015 and is a great family event.