NASHVILLE, Tenn. – With the official start to summer also comes the official selling season for fireworks in Tennessee.
Wednesday marked the day that stands could begin selling the party favors for the fourth.
Experts say business will be booming between now and July Fourth. They expect the average customer will spend about fifty dollars, which should get them a nice display items range from as little as $1 all the way up into the hundreds of dollars, but with so many stands out there, competition is fierce.
"We got to beat people down the street, I hear that too. We gotta do better than our neighbors. They had this do you know what it is, I want it, do you have anything better? So it's almost a competition for people," said Clint Wilson, who works for the Fireworks Superstore.
Remember fireworks are illegal in many mid-state cities, so be sure to check your local regulations before lighting the fuse.