Business

A-1 Storage Announces Largest Parade Cash Prizes Ever

A-1 Storage, Rio Linda’s favorite storage place, is announcing today that it has signed on with the Rio Linda Elverta Christmas Light Parade to sponsor the cash prizes for the parade entry competition.

This year, for the first time ever, the winner of the parade entry competition will be awarded $300.

Also, for the first time ever, Second Place will take home $200, and Third will pocket $100.

“A-1 Storage has always been involved in supporting community events, whether it is Little League, or Country Fair, or Rio Linda Knights Football. We love the Christmas Light Parade and want to make sure that this kind of family-friendly entertainment thrives in our community. From Lincoln to Galt, from Vacaville to Auburn, we want the rest of the region to come here and see what living in Rio Linda is all about. We are overjoyed to be able to sponsor the winner’s purse this year.”

John Todd, General Manager of A-1 Storage

The 7th Annual Rio Linda Elverta Christmas Light Parade wraps up an entire day of holiday fun on Saturday, December 10th at 6pm in Downtown Rio Linda. If you would like to participate or find out more, please visit RioLindaChristmasParade.com.



A-1 Storage has been a family-owned and operated Rio Linda institution for over 20 years. Located at 14th and Q Street, A-1 Storage has 15 acres of property for self-storage for home or business, autos, trucks, boats, and large equipment. A-1 is a member of the Rio Linda Elverta Chamber of Commerce and the Rio Linda Elverta Neighborhood Association, as well as the California Self-Storage Association. For more information, visit A-1-Storage.com or call, 916-432-2790.

Please help support local journalism.

Now more than ever, the survival of local journalism depends on your support. Our community faces unprecedented economic disruption, and the future of many small businesses is under threat, including our own. It takes time and resources to provide this service. We are a small family-owned operation, and we will do everything in our power to keep it going. But today more than ever before, we will depend on your support to continue. 

Click here to Support the Rio Linda Messenger today. 

You rely on us to stay informed and we depend on you to make our work possible.

AdBlocker Message

Our website is made possible by displaying online advertisements to our visitors. Please consider supporting us by disabling your ad blocker.