Univision Radio Miami Confirms 2012 NBA Champions to Participate In The 2013 Three Kings Day Parade
LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to Lead the Parade as Grand Marshals
MIAMI - Univision Radio, the leading radio network serving Hispanic America, announced that the 2012 NBA Champions, Miami HEAT players, MVP LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh, have been confirmed as the Grand Marshals of the 2013 Three Kings Day Parade on January 20.
The 43rd Annual “Parada de los Reyes Magos” (Three Kings Day Parade) presented by Univision Radio’s four Miami radio stations, WAMR-Amor 107.5 FM, WAQI – Radio Mambi 710AM, WRTO- MIX 98.3 FM and WQBA-1140 AM will also feature giant balloons, live animals, marching bands and many of South Floridians favorite radio and television stars who will make their appearance on colorful floats for the enjoyment of attendees of all ages.
“We are thrilled with this opportunity to honor LeBron, Dwyane and Chris as the Grand Marshals of our Parade,” said Claudia Puig, senior vice president and regional general manager, Univision Radio. “The Three Kings Day Parade has been a cherished South Florida tradition for more than 40 years and their participation will be a very special gift for our community.”
“The Miami HEAT has established deep roots in Miami’s Hispanic community over the course of its 25 years,” said Eric Woolworth, president of The HEAT Group’s Business Operations. “This is the fourth time HEAT players have had the honor of participating in the prestigious Three Kings Day Parade. It is not only our pleasure to have LeBron James, Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade serve as Grand Marshals for 2013, it’s an expression of gratitude to all our Hispanic fans as well as to our long time partners at Univision Radio.”
About The Three Kings Day Parade:
• 2013 marks the 43rd anniversary of this magnificent and traditional family event, one of the oldest Hispanic events in the country. The Three King Days Parade is one of the top five Hispanic events in the country.
• The Parade will take place on January 20, 2013 at noon in the heart of Little Havana, along SW 8th Street, between 4th and 17th Avenue.
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