The Business Side of Independence Day

CELEBRATE SAFELY & ECONOMICALLY

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One Response

  1. 7/4/21

    We know you’re running around this morning putting the finishing touches on your deviled eggs and strawberry pretzel salad before tomorrow’s Fourth of July jamboree, but we’re still going to pop in with a few fireworks facts before things get too explosive. According to the WSJ…

    1. Supply chain issues are back again to dull your holiday. Firework supply is expected to drop ~30% across the country with logistics all scrambled due to Covid.

    2. Not helping: 90% of US fireworks are made in China, so logjams at ports over there mean a reduction or delay in getting supply over here.

    3. Retailers warn that you might have to pay as much as 25% more than you’re used to for some fireworks.

    4. Last year, firework sales jumped to $1.9 billion from $1 billion because there was simply nothing else to do except blow things up.

    5. Massachusetts is the only state with a total ban on the sale of consumer fireworks.

    Thanks
    Dr. David E. Marcnko MBA

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