What does 1000s of rubber ducks in a River Parish Disposal Truck mean?
It means that the Second Harvest Food Bank Rubber Duck Derby is coming to town.
On Saturday, June 3, 2017, come on out the the Big Lake in New Orleans City Park at 4pm for the Second Harvest Food Bank Rubber Duck Derby. Adopt a duck and get your duck in the race and possibly when a great prize all to provide meals for people who need them across South Louisiana.
Did you know that $1 can actually provide 3 meals?
For every $1 raised, Second Harvest Food Bank can provide 3 meals to those in need across South Louisiana. The Rubber Duck Derby invites anyone and everyone to adopt a rubber duck. One (1) duck can be adopted for $5, but if you adopt 20 ducks for $100, you get 5 additional ducks for the same price. Click Here For Details.
A number will be attached to each duck relating to the number on the official duck adoption entry form. Multiple duck entries on one adoption form will be assigned a separate duck number for identification. The person whose name appears on the Entry form that matches a winning duck will be awarded the corresponding prize in order of finish.
The prizes are absolutely fabulous and you have 10 different prizes to win. First prize is $5000, Second prize is $1000 gift certificate to Rouses, Third prize is a Carnival Cruise for 2, Fourth prize is 2 round trip tickets on Southwest Airlines. Fifth prize is a 2 night stay at Omni Riverfront with New Orleans School of Cooking Class for 2, Six Prize is Raising Canes for a Year, Seventh Prize is Reginelli’s Pizza for a year, Eight Prize is $250 gift certificate to Rich’s Wash D’at, Ninth Prize is a Nola Motorsport Park Karting Party, and the Tenth Prize is a Baby Cakes Suite at a game.
No matter if you have a rubber duck in the race or if you are just want to come out and support Second Harvest Food Bank, come on out and cheer on the teams. The River Parish Disposal Team loves this event and is proud to support it. Our trucks are ready to deliver the 20,000 rubber ducks to the City Park Big Lake to start off this race for a great cause.