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Old 11-28-2012, 03:16 AM   #61
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I wish fireworks were legal where Im at. City ordinance prohibits them. I have never seen a fireworks store before. Do you sell large fireworks to commercial businesses mostly, or is it all kinds of fireworks to all kinds of people?
It's commercial fireworks to regular consumers. This one is a building that you actually get a shopping cart or a basket, get our stuff like displays and tables in a supermarket, and checkout. It is fairly new (a couple years old). I worked once, and they liked me for my experience, my maturity, and my work ethic, so now I work there twice a year. Mississippi law only allows fireworks to be sold around 4th of July and new years. That's why I stock up, like ammo
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It's commercial fireworks to regular consumers. This one is a building that you actually get a shopping cart or a basket, get our stuff like displays and tables in a supermarket, and checkout. It is fairly new (a couple years old). I worked once, and they liked me for my experience, my maturity, and my work ethic, so now I work there twice a year. Mississippi law only allows fireworks to be sold around 4th of July and new years. That's why I stock up, like ammo
Sounds like good work. Every once in a while I go to some friends on neighboring cities, and we light fireworks. It's a blast. I can only imagine how much fun you have on the 4th considering you work at a fireworks STORE!
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Sounds like good work. Every once in a while I go to some friends on neighboring cities, and we light fireworks. It's a blast. I can only imagine how much fun you have on the 4th considering you work at a fireworks STORE!
Hectic, actually. Wall to wall people, while your tryin to stock quick selling fireworks, and help people with sales at the same time.
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