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Advantage assists local youth organizations in 4th of July parades

Independence Day is all about celebrating our nation’s independence from Great Britain and the freedoms that we enjoy. In addition to fireworks and family barbecues, small towns across America host parades on July 4 featuring local veteran groups, small businesses, and community organizations. Advantage Trailer is proud to have assisted with two of those local organizations this year.

Moves Dance Studio, located on E. Roosevelt Rd. in Wheaton, needed a trailer for the Wheaton 4th of July parade to serve as their float. Advantage provided one for them to use.

“Thank you Advantage Trailer for donating one of your trailers to Moves Dance Studio for the annual downtown Wheaton 4th of July parade!” said Moves owner Tenisha Davis Miedel. “We had a blast! Wouldn’t have been the same without the high-quality trailer for the float and for your generosity! Everyone with Moves thanks you!”Additionally, Cub Scout Pack 196 was in need of a trailer to serve as their float for the Carol Stream 4th of July parade because their previous connection fell through. They reached out to Advantage and we were more than happy to donate a trailer for them to use.

“The trailer worked great! Thanks you so much for letting us use this for the parade! It was a big help in getting all of our Scouts through the entire route,” said Benjamin Curran, a volunteer leader for Cub Scout Pack 196.Like we did for Bartlett Little League, Advantage Trailer is proud to support and give back to out local community. If your organization is in need of a short-term trailer donation, please reach out to us at or give us a call at 630-524-2029, and as long as we have one available we’ll be happy to support your cause.

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