This weekend was a annual San Francisco Pride Parade. The eventuality drew over a million spectators and appearance from many of a tech world’s most tangible companies.
Over 30 tech companies marched in this year’s parade. Whether we were there in chairman or in spirit, SF Pride withdrawal has already started. We here during TechCrunch motionless to do a summation of some of a coolest, craziest, and most creative colorful floats from this year’s event.
Regular participants like Facebook and Tesla easily done a list. Heck, even a few tech unicorns done an memorable impression. Let’s count down a tip five tech association floats from SF Pride 2016!
Facebook prisoner a eyes of an already enterprising throng with banging EDM, dancing, and a incomparable than life like thumbs-up like sign. We hear they are soft-testing this as a new emoji distance choice in Messenger.
Uber arrived to a celebration with an civic desirous rainbow float. The association also gave cars in a app a special rainbow pitch to applaud pride.
Zendesk could not have gotten some-more gratifying with a shimmery float. Employees participated with honeyed costumes and vast flags.
Slack came prepared with a popsicle lorry and implausible enthusiasm. The boyant was both lovely and creative, like a summer popsicle lorry though better.
proud and exhausted. initial go turn for tardy during #sfpride and we am poopsicled out 😴 pic.twitter.com/RIdQtZa2DJ
— jen reiber walsh (@jrw) Jun 27, 2016
Tesla brought behind their overwhelming special-addition tradition rainbow Model S and Model X. We wish buying all cars could be this most fun.
Special shoutout to Apple. CEO, Tim Cook marched with employees once again. The association gave employees a special edition rainbow Apple Watch band. Hopefully a rest of us can start sporting these soon.
Google, Autodesk, Genentech, Salesforce, Lyft, GoDaddy, SolarCity, Netflix, Nest, and many, many some-more were also seen during a eventuality flashing their pride.
Unfortunately Theranos was nowhere to be found among a unicorn costume-wearing crowds.