Last month's Cincinnati Trump Parade caused quite the stir across the area as thousands adorned their cars with their flashiest Trump flair and took to the interstate to show their pride for the President and his reelection bid.
According to the Facebook event, over 7,000 supporters attended the parade that encompassed I-275 on a voyage to "fill the loop."
And after a successful first run — depending on who you ask, that is — organizers have announced plans for a second flamboyant display of patriotism.
The event, which takes place on Saturday, Oct. 24, encourages participants to decorate their vehicles "attractively" — with flair safely secured — and merge onto their preferred I-275 on-ramp at 10 a.m. They are to remain in the right-hand lane at a suggested speed of 50-55 miles per hour for the duration of their ride (the event page says the parade ends at noon).
It also suggests that parade participants wave and flash their lights in support of the Thin Blue Line when they are seen.
So, depending on your weekend plans and/or your political stance, plan accordingly.