Rose Parade 2022 | South Pasadena Tank Online Auction Extended | South Pasadenan
Forcing to postpone its traditional Live Crunch Time Party due to an increase in Omicron variant COVID-19 cases, the South Pasadena Tournament of Roses (SPTOR) committee decided to extend your online auction.
It was supposed to end at 8 p.m. on December 30 but will now end at noon on Sunday January 2, 2022 at noon.
âYes, we’re still disappointed that we had to postpone the Crunch Time Party until mid-March next year, but we decided to extend the online auction until New Years to give everyone a chance to support our tank in our hometown. Said Brant Dunlap, President of SPTOR. âNow you can bid while watching ‘Sky’s the Limit’ roll down the parade route! “
It’s South Pasadena’s name floats in the New Year’s Eve show on Pasadena’s Colorado Boulevard which features five ostriches, one towering above the others named Theodore Fahrenheit, wearing goggles, a scarf and a jetpack taking off from the top of a mountain.
âIf you are already a registered bidder, please continue to bid,â Dunlap suggested. “We need all the help we can get.”
Those who have not yet registered for the online auction are welcome to bid on a long list of items by going to www.auctria.com/auction/sptorcrunchtime
âTake a look,â Dunlap said. You don’t want to miss this opportunity to be part of the action, while helping fund our fleet.
Among the items to be won is a framed copy of the 2022 South Pasadena City Float Entrance.
Dunlap said committee members are working hard to host a âBetter Late Than Neverâ Crunch Redux night at the War Memorial Building in town next spring with details to come.
The entrance to the city, which organizers say could cost up to $ 150,000 when all bills are paid, is built entirely by volunteers, some from out of state checking off a major item from the bucket list.
Dunlap says the chariot illustrates that anything is possible when you dare to “Dream.” To believe. Achieve. “- the general theme of the Rose Parade 2022.
“Thank you all for your continued support!” he said.