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Huntsville's SIDEWALK ARTS STROLL...a downtown marketplace!
May 20, June 17, July 15, August 19, 2010

Huntsville’s sidewalks become stages for the arts at the Sidewalk Arts Stroll, held in May, June, July and August in downtown Huntsville. Located on the sidewalks around Huntsville historic downtown courthouse square, a diverse collection of artists, vendors, and performers form a premier arts marketplace that offers something for everyone!
Performers offer free entertainment as you explore the booths of vendors who offer original artwork, pottery, fresh-cut flowers, organic produce, handcrafted paper…and much, much more!


Yet another Reason to GO GREEN!
St. Patrick's Day Parade in downtown Huntsville, AL
March 2010

Jerry Damson Honda Acura Nissan pink cadillac in 2010 St Patricks Day Parade in downtown Huntsville AL

Proud Partners in Education!



Veterans’ Day Parade Huge Huntsville Success

November, 2008

(Huntsville, AL--) Jerry Damson Honda/Acura/Nissan proudly displayed the Red White and Blue at the annual Veterans’ Day parade in Downtown Huntsville.   Damson employees and their children proudly waved the Flag on the back of a beautifully restored 1954 International Pumper Fire Truck.

The gleaming red fire truck represents a body style widely adopted for rural volunteer firefighting from the 1950s and 1960s.  “Big Red” features a straight six engine with a very unusual manual shift pattern.  First and second gears are located next to each other, rather than vertically stacked.  As a result, reverse is in the gear position where you might expect second gear to be.

You will notice a large feature on the front bumper – this is a 750 gallon per minute pump.  For perspective, most consumer pressure washers move about 3 gallons of water per minute.  This is a very strong pump that pulls power directly from the engine.  Even the throttle of the engine can be operated by the engineer/pump operator from the pump itself. 

The pump is located on the front bumper to assist rural firefighters who might have to draw water from a nearby pond or stream.  This allows the engineer to park the truck within a few feet of a nearby pond or lake to pump water. 

Jerry Damson Honda/Acura/Nissan is proud of the men and women in uniform who defend our freedoms and liberties, and looks forward to the 2009 Parade.  We also wish to thank our media partner, WAFF 48 for hosting the parade.  

1954 International Pumper Truck

Tens of Thousands attend 32nd Annual Christmas Parade
December, 2008
(Huntsville, AL--) Beautiful weather and a festive spirit escorted Santa Claus down the streets of Huntsville. Over 130 groups participated in the 32nd annual WAAY 31 Christmas Parade in Huntsville. Jerry Damson Honda/Acura/Nissan showcased two cars from Jerry’s private collection of classics in the parade.
Grand Marshal , Huntsville native and Olympic Champion Margaret Hoelzer lead the parade. Hoelzer represented Huntsville and the United States in the Summer Olympics in Beijing, China. She returned a champion, with 3 medals!
Only a pristine 1957 Cadillac Convertible could carry Huntsville’s Olympic Champion. The gorgeous classic has been fully restored. The V8 pumps out 325 horsepower and the gas cap is hidden in the tail lamp.   General Motors’ flagship luxury convertible had an original MSRP of $5225.
Damson employees and children participated in the parade, riding in the back of a decorated 1954 International Pumper Truck. This fully restored fire truck cruises at a top speed of about 30 mph – not good for cruising, but perfect for parades! 
Santa Claus rounded out the 32nd annual parade.   This parade is one of many reasons why Christmas in the Tennessee Valley is so special!
1954 Cadillac

Jerry Damson Honda/Acura Partners with WHNT's Tools for Schools Program

August, 2008

Every year, WHNT’s Tools For Schools project helps get basic school supplies into the hands of local students. When teachers have the supplies they need for the classroom, they can spend more time focused on teaching. Students who have access to supplies are saved from the embarrassment of having to ask for them.   Programs like this depend on the support of businesses like Jerry Damson Honda/Acura/Nissan.

In 2008, WHNT’s "Fill the Bags, Fill the Seats" event at Joe Davis Stadium in Huntsville included a sports jersey online auction, a baseball clinic and mini carnival in addition to the Stars game.  Those of you who brought school supplies got into the game for free.  And all of those supplies and dollars go to schools with a Title 1 designation or to pre-qualified families who demonstrate need throughout the viewing area over 11 counties.

By supporting the Tools For Schools Supply Drive, you can feel confident that the supplies you donate will go to schools that need them most.

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We are a proud community partner of these organizations:

Alabama Constitution Village
Alabama Peace Officers
Alabama Wildlife Federation
ALS/ Alabama Chapter
Alzheimer's Association
American Cancer Society
American Heart Association
American Red Cross
Arthritis Foundation
Arts Alive Festival
Better Business Bureau
Big Brothers/ Big Sisters
Blount Hospitality House
Boy Scouts of America
Brooks High School
Buckhorn High School Baseball
Burritt Museum City Lights
Chamber of Commerce
Crisis Services of North Alabama
Cullman Co Red Cross
Decatur American DYB
Decatur Baptist Church
Decatur Dixie Girls Softball
Decatur Kiwanis Club
Decatur Morgan County
Diocse of Birmingham
Dog Ball Sponsorship
EMC Charitable Fund
F.A.C.E.S. of Morgan County
Family Services Center
Fantasy Playhouse
Fellowship of Christian Athletes
Fellowship of Christian Athletics
Festival of Sacred Christ
Florence High School
Florence Policemen's Club
Foundation for Mental Health
Good Shepherd Catholic Church
Greater Alabama Council
Grissom High School JROTC
Hampton Cove Elementary
Heart of the Valley YMCA
Helen Keller Hospital Foundation
Hole In One Florence St Jude
Holy Family School
Holy Spirit Regional School
Hospice of Limestone Co
Humane Society
Huntsville Evening Optimist
Huntsville Firefighters Association
Huntsville Fraternal Order of Police
Huntsville High School
Huntsville Hospital Swim for Melissa
Huntsville Hospital Foundation
Huntsville Library Foundation
Huntsville Madison County Senior Center
Huntsville Museum of Art
Huntsville Rehabilation
Huntsville Stars
Huntsville Symphony
Interfaith Mission Services
John Stallworth Foundation
Junior Achievement North Alabama
Junior League of Huntsville
Junior League of the Shoals-Sugarplum Market
Limestone Sherrifs Rodeo
Lincoln Elementary School
Madison County Commission
March of Dimes
Mars Hill Bible School
Muscle Shoals Civitan Culb
Muscle Shoals Education Fund
Muscular Dystrophy Association
NAACP, Morgan County
National Children's Advocacy
Parkview Baptist Church
Partnership for Drug Free America
Rally for A Cure
Rotary Club of Madison
Safeplace, Inc
Shoals Earth Month
Shoals Economic Development
Special Olympics
Spina Bifida Association
Spirit Of American Festival
Sponsor Racing Trailer
Spring City Cycling
St Luke United Methodist Church
Tennessee Valley Art Assoc
Tennessee Valley Vipers
Terry Heights Elementary School
The Ability Foundation
The ECM Charitable Fund
The Green Team City of Huntsville
The Land Trust of Huntsville
Therapy Partners
Town of Rogersville Fire
Twenty Distinguished Men of The Shoals
Under the Christmas Tree
United Cerebral Palsy
University of North Alabama Football Camp
Valley Rowing Association
WEDC Foundation
West Morgan High School
YMCA Of The Shoals
Zeta Tau Alpha