Grand Marshal

Grand marshal is a ceremonial, military, or political office of very high rank. The term has its origins with the word “marshal” with the first usage of the term “grand marshal” as a ceremonial title for certain religious orders. The following is some additional usage of the term grand marshal:

 

Parade grand marshals

A grand marshal is an honorary title given to an individual by the organizing committee of a periodic parade event. Similar to guests of honor at fan conventions, a grand marshal is selected on any basis relevant to the theme or nature of the parade, and often leads the parade from the front. Multiple grand marshals may often be designated for an iteration of the parade, and may or may not be in actual attendance due to circumstances (including death).

Some parades, such as pride parades, may select a Community Grand Marshal or other designations alongside a Grand Marshal to lead the front or other parts of the parade.

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Grand Marshal

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