The Mitzvah Tank Parade, led by Rabbis Mordy Hirsch and Moishy Schmukler, Directors of the Mitzvah Tank Office, will be a truly special event this year, with the Rebbe’s army of Mitzvah Tanks bringing the message of Pesach and Moshiach to the streets of New York City.
And this year, COLlive.com is proud to announce that we will be exclusively live broadcasting the parade, with special guests Eli Marcus, Mendy Pellin, and Shloime Zionce joining in to document the experience.
The parade will feature 73 Mitzvah Tanks, each one a symbol of the Rebbe’s army, distributing matzah and encouraging people to lay tefillin, bringing the mitzvah of connection with Hashem to everyone they encounter.
As the Mitzvah Tanks travel through the city, they are sure to be greeted with excitement and joy by the people of New York. Hundreds of people will lay tefillin, and many others will participate in Mivtzoim, spreading the message of Torah and Moshiach to their fellow Jews.
The Mitzvah Tank Parade is an opportunity to bring people together and to remind ourselves of the importance of unity and love for our fellow Jews. As Rabbi Hirsch emphasized, “The Mitzvah Tank Parade is the Rebbe’s army, joining together to spread the message of Torah and Moshiach to every Jew. It is a reminder of the Rebbe’s vision of a world filled with goodness and kindness.”
The live broadcast of the Mitzvah Tank Parade is sure to be a memorable and inspiring experience, with Eli Marcus, Mendy Pellin, and Shloime Zionce bringing their unique perspectives to the event. Tune in to COLlive.com to watch the parade live and join in the celebration of Torah, Mitzvot, and Moshiach.
The Mitzvah Tank Office thanks everyone who supports the parade and helps make it a success. For those who would like to contribute to the Mitzvah Tank Office and support their ongoing efforts to spread the message of Torah and Moshiach through the Rebbe’s army of Mitzvah Tanks, please visit their website to make a donation: TankParade.com.
Don’t forget me!
I also want to become famous!
I’m driving tank 22!
Excellent thank you for the update. Looking forward.
I’m on tank 61
Really great and inspiring! I just want to note, it’s always a good idea for a tankist -and the tanks- to have a pile of sheva mitzvos cards on them (you can find it on asknoah.org) so if you meet a non-jew you can give them a card.