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What do I do first? What is the first step?
Here are some of the most frequently asked questions when planning your fireworks program.
1. Why fireworks?
2. Why Fireworks by Grucci?
3. What are host site expenses?
4. What are the best dates/days?
5. Do I need approvals and who do I call first?
6. Do I need insurance?
7. How big an area do we need to display the fireworks?
8. How do I get the most publicity for a public program?
9. What do I need to do to reserve my date and how much lead time?
 
1. Why fireworks?
Fireworks bring people together in one place for one purpose which helps to promote community camaraderie, spirit and patriotism. It's the least expensive way to entertain thousands and even tens of thousands of people. Fireworks sponsorship benefits include consumer and governmental recognition and appreciation, which will promote your public image and/or product awareness.
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2. Why Fireworks by Grucci?
Grucci is the "Top name in fireworks entertainment." Our well-earned and world-renowned credits substantiate this as fact. An average audience at a Grucci state-of-the-art program is over 100,000 people.
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3. What are host site expenses?
They are hotel, support help, rentals, and governmental costs such as permits, security and fire department fees.
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4. What are the best dates/days?
Major holidays — Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, New Year's Eve — are the most requested dates. Generally, Saturdays are the most popular day of the week for anniversaries, birthdays and weddings.
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5. Do I need approvals and who do I call first?
Yes, you need to apply and receive a fireworks display permit for either a private or public fireworks program. A telephone call must be made to the local authority having jurisdiction for the required information pertaining to a firework display permit. Fireworks by Grucci will assist you as part of our expertise and service.
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6. Do I need insurance?
Yes! Comprehensive general liability insurance is included in your fireworks budget.
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7. How big an area do we need to display the fireworks?
A fallout zone is needed to keep the audience a safe distance from the location where the fireworks are fired. The size of the fallout zone is determined based upon the size of the largest fireworks shell displayed. Grucci can assist you in determining what type of fireworks show your site can safely display.
 
For an average program the minimum distance is a 500 foot diameter fallout zone. For larger, state-of-the-art programs, a diameter of up to 2,000 feet may be necessary for the fallout zone.
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8. How do I get the most publicity for a public program?
With Grucci, you receive not only the best entertainment value, you also will receive the benefits of our promotional and advertising expertise. We can help you present press releases, and radio and television promotions as well.
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9. What do I need to do to reserve my date and how much lead time?
Once the date and location are confirmed, call us. Then we can help you with the permit applications as necessary. A reservation deposit will hold your date. Preferences are given to annual programs and according to our availability, on a first come basis.
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