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February 2016
Parading Down the Street.
While Mardi Gras may be known as a Louisiana custom, it’s becoming more and more celebrated in other parts of the country.
Most floats today are built by professionals, and they can cost anywhere from $50,000 to $200,000 or more to build.
It takes about a year to build a Mardi Gras float.
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