Honda's 2010 Rose Parade float "Ship of Dreams"

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Honda's 2010 Rose Parade float "Ship of Dreams"

Student representatives of the seven philanthropic partners who will ride on Honda's 2010 Rose Parade float "Ship of Dreams" (Left to right): Daniel Mora (National Youth Project Using Minibikes), Hemashary Juarez (Students Run L.A.), Trent Koehler (Ride for Kids), Ryan Bullard (Special Olympics Southern California), Michael Langley (Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orange County), Kate McLaughlin (Pediatric Therapy Network), Xavier Brackett (College Bound), and Kyle Nishimura (Pediatric Therapy Network).

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