1990: (13th "Parade") NO PARADE due to Operation Desert Shield. Toys were collected at the Dan Ryan Woods.
1991: (14th Parade) 5000 riders.
1992: (15th Parade) 5000 riders. Special 15th Anniversary Pin. Billboard over Western Avenue.
1993: (16th Parade) The last time The Parade was on a Saturday and the last noon start.
1994: (17th Parade) Ed Mitchell becomes the president of the Chicagoland Toys for Tots Motorcycle Parade. First Parade on a Sunday and a 10:30 AM start. Harley-Davidson raffle. 10,000 riders.
1995: (18th Parade) First year for the Toys for Tots party in Rosemont. First wedding in the Dan Ryan Woods before The Parade. Harley-Davidson raffle.
1996: (19th Parade) First St. Joseph Home bike show. Toys for Tots party in Rosemont. Harley-Davidson raffle. 4000 riders.
1997: (20th Parade) Big Lou becomes the president of Toys for Tots. Toys for Tots party in Rosemont. Special 20th Anniversary pin. Harley-Davidson raffle. 15,000 riders.
1998: (21st Parade) Special black Hot Wheels collectible toy and coloring book. Toys for Tots party in Rosemont. Harley-Davidson raffle.
1999: (22nd Parade) Tiger Mark becomes president of Toys for Tots. White Hot Wheels collectible toy. Ed May and Jack Voss create the first Toys for Tots website. Two CAN-TV shows. Harley-Davidson raffle. 15,000 riders.
This website is dedicated to the memory of TFT Parade Member Ed May
who created the first Parade website, with Jack Voss, in 1999.
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