About Our Featured Krewes
We are proud to be able to recognize Krewes for being exceptional! This page is dedicated to presenting the Krewes across the US that qualify as being the "best of the best"! If you think that your Krewe is exceptional and would like to see us highlight your efforts, send us an email (KreweCentral@Gmail.com) with information that you would like us to tell the world about your Krewe. We'll post it to our website and then keep it on-line for people to see into the future!
Krewe Motto: “A little nonsense now and then is relished by the best of men!”
Year Founded: 1878 – 1885 – Revived in 1981
Celebrates The Arrival Of Carnival Season on the Tweltfh Night
New Orleans, LA
Parade Photos Click Here For Parade And Coronation Party Photos
Email Contacts Click Here For Website Email
Each year on the Twelfth Night (January6th, 2011) the Phunny Phorty Phellows “Hearald The Arrival of Mardi Gras” with their unique Street Car Parade running through the streets of New Orleans.
The Phunny Phorthy Phellow parade starts at the RTA streetcar barn and their “float” is traditionally bedecked with yuletide decorations. Their parade is really easy to recognize – it’s the really noisy streetcar with a big party in side and a sign on the side reading” “It’s Carmival Time!”
The Phunny Phorty Phellows – A Mardi Gras tradition!
(Information from the Banana Bike Brigades Website)
Krewe Motto America’s Premier Parading Art Bike Group
Click For The Banana Bike Brigade Facebook Page
Year Founded 1994
Located St. Louis, MO / Soulard Mardi Gras
Membership Mixed - Both Men and Women
Email Contacts email@example.com
The Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons is an eclectic group of creative and artistically talented friends based out of Atlanta, GA, but with members who travel from all across the US to participate in their signature events.
In addition to the parades they participate in, the Krewe hosts their annual Gingerbread Trailer Park for the Holidays, the Gnome March and their Fairy House Tour of Homes.
Check out their latest photos from the 2010 Gingerbread Trailer Park festivities held on December 4th, 2010. (http://www.gratefulgluttons.com/gingerbread/gbtp2010.htm).
The Krewe of the Grateful Gluttons is an incredibly creative group and a great member of the Krewe community. Check out their prior years archives on their website to see their annual themes (http://www.gratefulgluttons.com/archives.htm).
Krewe Motto “To work is human, to play is divine.”
Year Founded 1999
Located Atlanta, GA, with members living all across the US
Membership Mixed - Both Men and Women
Email Contacts C@GratefulGluttons.com
"The Krewe of Charleston was founded in 2009 by Donnie Bulliard, a Louisiana transplant who envisioned a New Orleans style Mardi Gras parade through the streets of the Holy City, Charleston (SC). The Krewe hosted its first Grande Bal Masque on January 30, 2010 to the delight of 500 spectators.
The KOC is gearing up for the 2011 Bal Masque. Reigning in as Queen is former First Lady of SC, Jenny Sanford. We are also hosting a yacht parade and planning the first ever Mardi Gras parade down the historic streets of Charleston.
The Krewe of Charleston is the only Mardi Gras Krewe on the Atlantic Coast.
Krewe Motto Semper Fi
Click For Krewe of Charleston Facebook Page
Year Founded 2009
Located Charleston, SC
Membership 200 Men and Women
Charity Served MUSC Children's Hospital Fund
Captain Donnie BulliardEmail Contacts firstname.lastname@example.org
Krewe Motto - Get On the Good Foot
Formed - 2004
Tampa area, FL
Krewe consists of 50 Men and Women
Ye Notorious Krewe of the Peg Leg Pirate (“Krewe”) works to enhance the lives of amputees and their families and to support organizations that work with amputees. We have helped amputees here in our local community, around Florida, throughout the U.S. and in several Caribbean countries.
We provide: rehabbed prosthetic equipment for those who have no insurance; scholarship funds for amputees to attend college, university, technical or training school; home remodeling for those that need a little more safety in their bathroom or something as simple as a ramp so they can get into their home while using a wheelchair; custom handcycles and tricycles for children that have lost limbs because “every child deserves to be able to ride a bike”; and other means of assistance to help with a mortgage, a down payment on a car, automobile hand controls, and sponsorships for children to attend amputee summer camp.
The Krewe has one major fundraiser the last Saturday in February. It is a Sporting Clays Benefit Shoot held in Land ‘O Lakes, FL. We are always looking for sponsors and, of course, shooters for that day. Through the support of loyal sponsors and shooters we are able to raise the money needed for the year to help those amputees requesting our assistance. However, with greater funding we could always help more. Being Pirates the more booty the better.
Any amputee that needs some assistance should contact the Krewe directly.
Donations can be sent to Peg Leg Pirate Krewe, PO Box 1854, Ruskin, FL 33575 or call Sharon at 813-892-4913 if you wish to make a donation using your credit card.
Krewe deux Boobs, LLC is a walking Mardi Gras krewe, started in 2008 by Yvonne M. Bruneau
Krewe deux Boobs is rolling February 13, 2011! This years theme is "The Krewe Busts Out"! We will be starting at Fahy's Irish Pub at 540 Burgundy, and dancing, walking, and marching through the French Quarter. More information coming soon!!
The Krewe deux Boobs membership drive is currently in full swing for the 2011 Mardi Gras season! If you need a membership form or information on how to donate, please e-mail email@example.com or look for us on Facebook under Krewe deux Boobs,LLC.
Thank you for your interest. We'll see you on the outside!
Yvonne M. Bruneau
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