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Registration for NYC Menorah Parade Opens

The annual New York City Car Menorah Parade will take place on Monday night, the third night of Chanukah, and registration is now open.

The Mitzvah Tank Organization has begun their preparations for the largest Menorah Parade, which will conquer NYC’s streets. This year, they plan to have the largest parade yet.

Thanks to a group of dedicated staff, there will be a special emphasis on increasing the number of vehicles that will participate in the parade. The organizers therefore urge all families that have a Menorah atop their cars to participate in the parade, thereby lighting up the entire NYC with the light of Chanukah. For those that do not yet have a car Menorah, one can be purchased by visiting

The NYPD requires a copy of each parade participant’s driver’s license, and registration. Therefore all those that wish to participate in the parade MUST submit their license, and registration via the registration system. Those who do not register will not be able to participate.

To register, visit

The Mitzvah Tank Organization would like to thank the NYPD, and the 71st pct. for making this year’s parade possible.

This year there will also be an option to be a parade VIP by having your car sponsored by family and friends. Aside from having the privilege of participating in the costs of this Major Mivtza Chanukah, the VIPs will also lead the parade.

Organizers request that those participating in the parade should arrive on time, as the parade will be passing the largest Menorah worldwide as it’s being lit.

Don’t delay, as registration closes Thursday night, 22 Kislev, Dec 22, at 11:59 PM.

For more info, call the parade hotline @ 718-804-0077 Ext. 129.

The parade is being organized by the Mitzvah Tank Organization, under the auspicious of Lubavitch Youth Organization. This year’s parade will take place on Monday, 26 Kislev, Dec 26, the third night of Chanukah, at 5 PM sharp.

We hope and pray that this Chanukah we will parade towards the Geula, with the Rebbe at our lead!

One Comment

  • 1. Big Z Schapiro wrote:

    thank you very much for the update also to Mordy Hersh and to the entire staff of the Mitzvah Tank office I would like to wish you a good Yom Tov in honor of Yud Tes Kislev and also good luck


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