Fashion model Geena Rocero, who came out transgender earlier this year on the International Transgender Day of Visibility, greeted parade-goers enjoying Saturday's Capital Pride Parade.

Washington, D.C.'s annual two-day Gay Pride event wraps up Sunday with a festival expected to draw some 200,000 people.

This year's parade was sponsored by Marriott. The hotel chain last week also launched a campaign aimed at the LGBT market, titled #LoveTravels.

Marriott hired celebrated photographer Braden Summers to create a portrait series featuring such notables as NBA player Jason Collins and Rocero. The portraits were used to wrap the company's five D.C. properties.

(Related: Marriott, Hilton launch LGBT marketing campaigns.)

At Saturday's parade, Rocero greeted thousands of parade-goers from atop the Marriott International float.