THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS
Not only for their generous donations, but also for the support services and or goods they provide at our events. Click on a logo to open a window to the sponsor's web site and if you use their services, tell them you learned about them here. Thanks.
Our Online Video Sponsor
Our Food Sponsors
Special thanks to Vallo Transportation for donating buses to transport
military service members during Fleet Week to march in the parade!
Vallo Transportation Ltd. – your local charter and private school bus transportation company.
Vallo Transportation is a family-owned and managed full-service transportation company based in Queens that has been providing safe and dependable transportation services for over 30 years. Schools, individuals and companies can charter extra large school buses that accommodate up to 50 adults or 75 children or charter sleek 29-35 passenger mini coaches for educational or cultural field trips, and private or business events.
Vallo specializes in private school bus transportation for Queens and Manhattan students attending Bronx High School of Science and High School of American Studies at Lehman College. Vallo Transportation delivers prompt, professional and personalized service.
For more information about private bus service for students or charter services, please call them at:
(718) 961-7600 or visit www.ValloTransportation.com.
Special thanks to Ollie's Taxi for donating transportation services for the parade
Ollie’s Taxi & Airport Service is a family owned and operated transportation provider that has been in business over 50 years. With bases in Little Neck and Franklin Square, Ollie’s Taxi services Eastern Queens & Nassau County 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
The quality and condition of their fleet are second to none. They pride themselves on providing safe and clean transportation services driven by trained, licensed, and courteous drivers. Their fleet consists of over 85 vehicles including taxis, mini-vans, luxury sedans, ambulettes and both marked and unmarked 14 passenger vans.