Mr. W Fireworks partners with churches and nonprofits

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November 24, 2018

Mr. W Fireworks was started in 1966 by W.A. Wildman but we recognize God as the founder and director of our family owned business. For over 50 years now, we have helped families celebrate the birth of our nation and the beginning of a new year.

Today, Mr. W has over 400 stands and 100 indoor super stores in two states. We believe that our success is directly tied to our desire to give back to our community.

Did you know that the majority of our stands and stores are manned twice a year with church and ministry staff and volunteers? This is intentional on our part because we share our profits with the churches and nonprofits that work with us so they can change even more lives. We love to hear testimonies about youth who were able to attend camp, buy new land for a church plant or make repairs to facilities for the disadvantaged.  We also love hearing stories from people who were able to go on mission trips. 

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Kelley Martinez, Vice President with family.
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What this means is that every time you purchase your fireworks from Mr. W, you are helping to change even more lives in our community!

We invite you this holiday season to visit one of our many Mr. W stands and stores in and around our city. We give you our promise that we will provide the very best customer service experience and will furnish your family with the best fireworks available.

After all, our desire is to help you create a family memory. And please remember that together we are making an even bigger bang in our community!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from our Mr. W Fireworks family to yours! 


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Celebrate new beginnings and the New Year with Mr. W Fireworks

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Claude Roberts
Thank you for shining His light in our community

Thank you Mr W Fireworks for being a light in our community.

December 2019

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