Whether you're involved in hiring a company to safely run a fireworks display from your organization, or your organization puts on a self-presented fireworks display, one Missouri fireworks company has a school to help you present the safest show you can.

Premier Pyrotechnics out of Richland, Missouri is a display fireworks company owned by master pyrotechnicians and dedicated to providing professional, high quality, outdoor and indoor pyrotechnic displays. Not only does the company provide high-quality displays with safety as their number one priority for clients, but they've also offered Fireworks Training Seminars and Shooters Schools.

They're offering Shooters School this spring in Sunrise Beach at Bear Bottom Resort.

Premier Pyrotechnics says those who shoot of their own displays, or those who hire a company like Premier Pyrotechnics to run their displays can benefit from attending the company's Shooter's School.

Topics covered include a specific look at everything from the very basics of fireworks displays to hand-firing three-inch shells and wiring up the most spectacular finales. The company says attendees will come away with the knowledge to insure the safety and success of their display.

The cost of attending the Shooter's School is $60 and includes lunch and dinner. While not necessary, attendees should bring safety gear such as a fireproof coat and pants as well as head, ear, eye, and hand protection if they possess them.

Shooter's School at Bear Bottom Resort is scheduled for Saturday, April 15, 2023. They are also offering the school in Conway, Arkansas, and Flandreau, South Dakota other weekends in April. If you're interested in registering for the class you can get more information and sign up here.

If you have an interest in becoming a Fireworks Shooter for Premier Pyrotechnics, there will be an opportunity to talk to someone about that prior to the class getting underway. I'm sure if you're interested in that, you can also contact Premier Pyrotechnics in advance of the class for more information.

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