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Push 'Em, Pull 'Em Parade Held for its 16th Year

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  Original Published: 7/6/2014

Home Hardware of Ashland held their 16th annual "Push 'Em, Pull 'Em" parade coinciding with the Ashland Balloon Fest, giving kids and their parents a fun activity as they rolled down Center Street.

"This is something for people of all ages to have some fun," said Ross Repp, Home Hardware's General Manager. "My favorite thing is seeing all the kids' faces. They're just so excited to be here, they get to have a lot of fun, being a part of the community today."

Hundreds of participants showed up for the Center Street parade, sporting patriotic apparel and accessories, from balloons to outfits displaying the red, white, and blue.

   
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