Rock On Trucks, Inc at the St Joseph , MN Parade on July 4th. With our Operation Respect Memorial Float .
Thank you to everyone who have served to protect and honor America’s Freedom!
This float was inspired by Gary Gallerie Sr and Jr of Pocono Summit, PA. It was built to honor and show respect to the men and woman for their sacrifices in uniform.
The float took 3 weeks to build. Approximately 120 hours. The sarcophagus is made out of wood and painted to represent marble. The tomb stones are also made out of wood and painted the same.
It was build by volunteers from Rock On Trucks and MN Tarp and Liner.
The Coffin is made of old barn wood and provided by Avon Coffin Works. (320)363-8897.
The Flags and poles were provided by Coil’s Flags and Flagpoles. (320)253-8160.
The beautiful flowers and wreath were provided by Daisy A Day Floral & Gift. (320)363-0306.
The banners were provided by SpeedPro Imaging – Saint Cloud. (320)217-5665.
The truck and sarcophagus graphics were provided by Transport Graphics. (763)428-5035.
The tomb stone lettering and other signs provided by DK graphics (320)257-5535.
The rider on the float is First Class Sergeant E-7, Mathew Allen Krushcke. He is an active member of the National Guard. He is a light wheel vehicle mechanic instructor and is part of the military burials. He chairs for the Milaca Legion.
This float is more than just a float. It is truly a rolling memorial to honor our fallen soldiers who have sacrificed everything for our freedom. God Bless you All!
If you are interested in having the float at you event you can call us (320)230-2998.
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