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Zambelli Fireworks to vie in Oman competition

Zambelli Fireworks, based in Lawrence County, has been selected to participate in an international fireworks competition — the Oman World Fireworks Championship 2010. The competition, which celebrates the 40th National Day of the Sultanate of Oman, will take place Dec. 6 through 18. Zambelli was one of six companies selected from a field of 50 competitors from the United States and around the world.

“To be one of six companies chosen from such a large selection from around the world, and to be representing the United States at such a tremendous celebration, is an immense honor,” company chairman George R. Zambelli Jr. said in a written statement.

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