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Here’s who is participating in the Pridemobile Parade, Saturday June 12, 2021

More than 50 businesses and organizations will be showing their Pride in today's citywide drive around D.C.

Capital Pride’s Pridemobile Parade, held today from 3 to 6 p.m., will feature dozens of automobiles representing various community organizations and businesses, decked out in traditional parade float attire, for onlookers to enjoy.

Those wishing to catch a glimpse of the parade can gather at key locations along the route to cheer on the various participants.

It kicks off at Freedom Plaza at 3 p.m. and will wrap up at Thomas Circle around 6 p.m. A full list of participating businesses, each with their own rainbow-festooned car, is listed below (in alphabetical order, not necessarily in parade order):

1Source Management Consulting
Basecamp DC
Because You Can Creative Consulting and Coaching Firm
Black Girls Code
British Embassy Pride
Capital City PCS: Under The Rainbow GNA
Capital Pride Alliance
City Dogs & City Kitties Rescue
Colorful Philippines (Makulay Na Pilipinas)
Consuela Support Group
Councilmember Anita Bonds
DC After Dark
DC Democratic Party
District of Columbia Public Schools
Dominion Fertility
Firefly Insurance- DMV Agency
Friendship Place
Gay Officers Action League (GOAL) National Capital Region
Gilbane Building Company
Grace’s Uncles
Green House Designs
HRC – Greater DC Political Action & Community Engagement Committee
Humane Rescue Alliance
Joseph’s House
Kiwanis Club of Washington, D.C.
Latin American Youth Center
Lisa Marie Studio
Marvelous Modeling
Mary’s Center
Mexican Cultural Institute D.C.
Mindful Transformations
Miss Mundo Latina USA
Montross Brewery
NBC Washington/Telemundo 44
Out To Protect Inc.
Pepco, an Exelon Company
Prince George’s County Memorial Library System
Scouts BSA Troop 1920
Sew Queer DC
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church – Kensington, Maryland
Starry Internet
Taylor-Phillips & Associates
TCOPS International
The Friendly Friends
The WonderPod
Tropical Night
United Airlines
UPS 4602
Washington National Cathedral LGBTQIA Alliance

For more information on the walk, rally, parade, or other Pride weekend festivities, visit

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