A group of about 1,000 Texomans took part in a two-state parade for President Donald Trump on Saturday.
“Supporters drove from the Hugo Agriplex in Oklahoma and met up with a group of Trump supporters from Paris, Texas, at the Red River,” according to KTEN.
The vehicles traveled along US 271 flying American flags and Trump 2020 flags, the outlet said.
Sunday in Bryan, Texas, thousands of people drove from north Bryan to south College Station to show their support for the president, according to KBTX.
“The organizer says 1,222 vehicles were in the parade and more than 3,000 people participated; more than doubling the size of a similar parade held last month in College Station,” the report stated.
KBTX anchor Rusty Surette shared photos of the event on his Twitter page Sunday:
TRUMP PARADE IN BCS: The nearly one-hour long parade had 1300+ vehicles and more than 3,000 participants that