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Letter to the Editor “Holiday Fireworks”

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As we approach the Independence Day holiday, we naturally think of family fun at picnics, barbeques and fireworks displays.  All too often the excitement of the day makes us forget some of the fireworks safety rules, especially the ones dealing with dry weather conditions.
Safety has always been a hallmark of the way Phantom Fireworks conducts its business, operates its retail consumer fireworks sales facilities, and advises its customers and friends on how to use the products.  Phantom Fireworks wants our friends in California to be particularly mindful of some special dry-weather consumer fireworks safety rules that should be followed during periods of extremely dry weather when the fire danger is high.
Fireworks enthusiasts must acknowledge the possibility that use of fireworks in dry weather conditions could spark an inadvertent fire.  A little extra caution during these particularly dry periods can prevent a disastrous holiday fire.
Phantom Fireworks has some common-sense safety tips for you to consider if your holiday plans include using consumer fireworks in dry periods.  If you pay attention to the conditions and follow the dry weather safety tips, you can surely have a wonderful family fireworks display that is safe and entertaining.

Very Truly Yours,
William A. Weimer, Phantom Fireworks Vice President

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News of the San Gabriel Valley since 1966.
Letter to the Editor “Holiday Fireworks”