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  July 4, 2009

Hello All

It is almost that time again.  4th of July is approaching fast!

We have the show assigned.  It will be at the "Red White & Cruise" Celebration at the Auto Club Speedway in Fontana California.

If you are reading this page it is because you have...

  • Just finished filling out the questionaire.

  • Been on one of my fireworks shows

  • Sent an e-mail that you want to be on one of my shows

  • I want you on one of my shows

  • You might know someone who wants to be on one of my shows or

  • Someone thought you would be interested in being part of a full scale fireworks crew

In Short, This is the largest show StuntDan Productions has shot.  We will be setting up starting on July 2, 3 & 4.  Help is apprciated on July 2, 3 & 4.  All hands on deck for July 4 which will be a very late night so be prepared.

I am securing permission to park campers and fith wheels next to Ground Zero for these days so we can stay on site.  Let me know if you are interested.

People who sign up early will get a laminated All Access, Fireworks Crew badge pictured to the left. (you must send a funny picture of yourself, no normal pictures because non of us are truly normal anyways...)

You will also get a Fireworks Crew T-Shirts Lunch and Dinner.  Plus Fame & Fortune* (*Fame and fortune not guaranteed, some exclusions apply, not available in store, batteries not included)

Those who have been with me before, you know the drill.  For those who are new be sure to read the Crew Experience below and watch the 2006 behind the scenes pyro video

Friends and family are welcome to be part of the crew simply forward this email to them or visit: to sign up.

 Until then, have a great day,

  Tel: +1 (469) 277-2220
  Cell: +1 (469) 223-6888  


  The Crew Experience

Being part of the crew is fun, exciting and 
counts toward your own Pyro License

Set Up Duties 

Unloading and packing of equipment and product Placement and securing of racks Shell preparation, match, squib, etc. Organization and Dropping of shells Taping and clearing of the muzzles Mapping and wiring of shells to the pyro board.

Crew Expectations

  • Fireworks are dangerous a Safety First mentality is a must!
  • Must be over 18 years old
  • Must be professional and attentive
  • Follow directions and ask questions 
  • Must not be under the influence of any drug or alcohol 
  • No Smoking within 75 feet of product 
  • Assistance in setting up and Tearing down. 
  • Expect a 10-12 hour day 
  • You will only do what your comfortable doing. 
  • Hot, Hot, Hot!!!    Fun Fun Fun!!! 
    Prepare for both!!!
  • May have to wear silly looking hats too...

What to Bring
Any special equipment is provided as well as food, workers compensation insurance and a T-Shirt

  • Extra Water/Gatorade Special food requirements (Vegetarian, etc.) 
  • Hammer Goggles Flash light (extra  batteries) Sun Block Wire cutters
  • Gloves, Sturdy shoes or boots (No open toe shoes) 
    Jacket or long sleeve shirt (100% cotton or Nomex) Shorts and long pants (100% cotton or Nomex)
  • A safe, fun and positive attitude!!!

Fire in the HOLE!!!

  • Crew members are required to be calm and  collective. Be alert and attentive to commands and cues 

  • Firing the show either manually or electronically Hand lighting set pieces 

  • Trouble shooting unforeseen problems Security Dud search after the show