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Faster than a Ready-to-Cook microwave meal!

Posted by Mark Neville on September 23, 2013 0 Comments

Over the years I’ve had a lot of new, (and repeat customers), coming into the shop and saying “Mark, I’ve got £50 or £100 or £300 to spend and I don’t know what to get, so can you give me some advice or recommendations”.

To me, this is like ‘manna from heaven’ and a big part of what being a firework retailer is all about; the opportunity to design something a bit special within the space and budget constraints I’ve been given and to provide real customer service.  Of course, this doesn’t mean that anyone can expect to get a 15 minute semi pro display on a £100 budget but it does allow me to demonstrate what can be achieved across our very wide range of products.  And if you have the time to wait, I’ll talk you through it, (probably until you beg to be allowed to leave the shop!)

But because not everybody has the time to wait whilst I put together a completely new selection, I have already designed a number of ‘off the shelf’ instantly available display packs to meet anticipated demands.  For those with a smaller space requiring garden fireworks there is the choice of the Puma or Jaguar party packs, both containing multiple barrages, a fountain and a catherine wheel and for those with more space there are four ready-made packs of display fireworks, Leopard, Cheetah, Lion & Tiger all packed with a wide range of styles and effects.  And of course, portfires with every pack!

                                                       

                                                                       Jaguar Pack now £150

The ready alternative to a mini ‘designed’ display is to take one of the many selection boxes available.  These also come in either garden or display fireworks to meet your space availability and range from as little as £5 for a Helter Skelter garden firework fountain box from Brothers up to £45 for our largest one, the Jupiter Selection Box of display fireworks from Cosmic.

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