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Old 12-15-2012, 10:52 PM   #1
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Default Fireworks for Christmas and New Years....

How many here on FT are big pyromaniacs? I sell during the July 4th holiday but never till this year sell for Christmas and New Years. We had the worst draught I have ever seen this summer, we had a lot of stock left over and trying to see if I can get some recoverable sales.

Anyone here do big firework displays with friends and family?

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New Years is kinda big here for fireworks.
They even use the old stands that were erected for Xmas tree sales.

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Never heard of fireworks for Christmas, but I don't see why not...
My sister usually spends around 400 bucks or so on fireworks for New Year's and the 4th.

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We have had people tell us they would sell more for New Years in the south than most places sell during the July 4th. I may have to road trip to Louisiana next year.

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