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A MARCH FOR VETERANS


Club Tijuana’s Mini Xolos represent Xoloitzcuintles in Band Review Parade

CHULA VISTA -Club Tijuana Xoloitzcuintles de Caliente’s Xolos Academy FC represented the club Saturday during a special parade North of the border.

 

The Xoloitzcuintles once again showed its commitment to the community in the region by participating in the Otay Ranch Town Center Parade and Community Festival, celebrating Veteran’s Day in the United States. Xoloitzcuintles colors, Red and Black marched Saturday morning in the city of Chula Vista as the team’s official mascot Xolo Mayor and the team cheerleading squad the Xolo Girls lead the crowd into euphoria for those who attended the parade. Club Tijuana fans helped cheer from the sidelines.

 

Mini Xolos players along with their parents carried flags and yelled, “Go Xolos” as they marched down the street. Xolo Mayor and Xolo Girls later got together with fans to take photos in preparation of that night’s game against Atlas FC.

 

The fifth annual Otay Ranch Band Review brought together the cultural diversity of Chula Vista and all of Southern California. Award winning High School Marching bands competed for scholarships, grants and prizes sponsored by Chula Vista’s leading businesses, alumni groups and donors. It was more than a parade. It included bounce houses, slides and different activity booths.

 

Club Tijuana, the team without borders a along with the Xolos Academy FC, believe in being part of the community and giving back. The Xoloitzcuintles family looks forward to bing part of such events on both sides of the border in the future.

 

For more information about Club Tijuana's Xolos Academy FC, please visit www.xolosacademy.com.