Lions Club International
Lions Serving the World
In its artistic design and presentation, the Lions Clubs International float represents the Lions clubs organized for service throughout the world in 207 countries and geographic areas.
“In A World of Service” is the 2012-13 International Theme of Lions Clubs International selected by President Wayne A. Madden. We believe that the depiction of the world’s most famous roof tops reveals that message.
“Lions Serving The World” is a true indication of how many countries our service organizations are in. Across the globe in 207 countries, the embodiment of our 1.35 million are captured on our 2013 float.
Phoenix Decorating Company
“Lions Serving The World” captures the rooftops of several of the world’s most iconic structures. At the front of the float the Australian Opera House, the U.S. Capitol building and ruins of the Parthenon in Greece. The middle of the float is adorned with St. Basil’s Cathedral in Russia, the Imperial Palace in Beijing, China, the Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, Italy, and the Taj Mahal in India. The rear of the float features Big Ben (London, Great Britain), a Pyramid from Egypt, a windmill from the Netherlands and finally a mission from baja Mexico.
Roses approximately 7,000 (White, Light Lavender, Yellow, Dark Lavender, Red, Light Pink) Gerberas approximately 3,000 (Lavender, Yellow, Dark Lavender)