What Does It Take to Setup A Fireworks Show?

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Updated: 7/07/2013 6:52 pm
The city of Versailles will finally launch their fireworks Sunday night after waiting three days for the rain to stop.

The city spent about 13-thousand dollars on their display, so they wanted to make sure they had the best day planned out for the show.

Many times communities will work with the companies putting on the displays and setup make-up days in advance.

Versailles had to reschedule twice with Zambelli Brothers Fireworks before they could finally get their show setup.

A technician with Zambelli says it takes them a day to setup a full display. They say sometimes communities will reschedule with them at the last minute which can cost the community more money.

They say Versailles was quick to decide when they wanted to reschedule, and says it wont cost the community extra.



        
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