We help America's first family of high-tech fireworks prepare for July 4th.
By David SparrowPosted 06.20.2002 at 1:53 pm 0 Comments
Technology may have made a big bang with the ancient art of fireworks over the past two decades, but its biggest is yet to come. So says Phil Grucci, 38, whose family name has become synonymous with American pyrotechnics, lighting up the sky for the past six presidential inaugurals and this year's Salt Lake City Olympics. Next year, preceding the launch of the world's biggest shell,
Grucci will use dozens of precisely timed shells to create the first 10-to-1 countdown in the sky.