Winners show off good nature

* Sweepstakes Trophy: FTD’s “Jewels of Nature,” for most beautiful entry

* Lathrop K. Leishman Trophy: Sierra Madre’s “Our Wonderful Wistaria,” for most beautiful non-commercial entry

* Grand Marshal’s Trophy: Alhambra’s “Circus Comes to Town,” for excellence in creative concept and design

* President’s Trophy: Kaiser Permanente’s “A Thriving Imagination”


* Director’s Trophy: Western Asset’s “A Universe of Opportunity”

* Queen’s Trophy: Bayer Advanced’s “The Red Carpet of Roses,” for most effective use and display of roses in concept, design and presentation

* Mayor’s Trophy: Anaheim’s “Always Fresh and Never Grows Old,” for most outstanding city entry

* Theme Trophy: Farmers Insurance’s “Mother Nature”


* National Trophy: Kiwanis International’s “Together We Can,” for best depiction of life in the United States

* Governor’s Trophy: Glendale’s “Our Bear Essentials,” for best depiction of California life

* Bob Hope Humor Trophy: Cerritos’ “Nature Rocks”

* Judges’ Special Trophy: Rain Bird Corp.'s “Natural Beauties,” for most spectacular entry


* Animation Trophy: LifeSource Whole-House Water Systems’ “Clean Water”

* Fantasy Trophy: National Notary Assn.'s “Signed, Sealed and Delivered”

* Founders’ Trophy: Downey’s “Springtime Treasures,” for best float built and decorated by volunteers

* International Trophy: China Airlines’ “The Natural Beauty of Taiwan,” for most beautiful entry from outside the U.S.


* Princess’ Trophy: Lutheran Laymen’s League’s “God’s Great Nature,” for best entry 35 feet or shorter

* Isabella Coleman Trophy: Ronald McDonald House Charities of Southern California’s “Home Sweet Home,” for best presentation of floral color

* Tournament Special Trophy: Lucasfilm’s “Save Our Forest and the Garden Planet,” for exceptional merit in multiple categories, including floats longer than 55 feet

* Past Presidents Trophy: Palmdale’s “Good Nature Begins at Home”


* Tournament Volunteers Trophy: Torrance’s “Nature’s Wonders,” for best floral design of entry 35 feet or shorter

* Craftsman Trophy: NAMM, the International Music Products Assn.'s “Natural Harmonies, Oh Say Can You Sing,” for showmanship and dramatic impact of entry longer than 55 feet

* Extraordinaire Trophy: Oklahoma Centennial’s “A Unique History,” for most spectacular float, including those longer than 55 feet

* Crown City Innovation Trophy: American Honda Motor Co.'s “Once Upon a Time,” for best use of imagination and innovation to advance the art of float design


Source: Tournament of Roses