Yes, parades boost city morale and help to show that the team truly represents the city. This makes parades good for both the city and the team. Teams can generate more support by having parades and events for the city following a big win. Parades, thus, build morale in a city.
The city of Cleveland, Ohio recently had a parade that celebrated its NBA championship. While some may question the use of city funds to sponsor such events, I think that they're important because they boost city morale. People get more pride in their hometowns when they see such a turnout in support of major victories, which brings communities together.
Yes, parades often helps boost city morale because the event is joyous and festive. In the case of the Cleveland Cavaliers, it was the city's first championship in 52 years hence why 1.3 million people came out to partake in the parade. Parades are great events and are full of joy, laughter and excitement.
Parades, including those celebrating sports championships, boost a city's morale. A lot of people gather together, and it is a big celebration. City residents feel the pride of their team's accomplishments and enjoy the success together. These are shown on television, which gets a city publicity for the right reason.