Nancy Rozzi Facts
Below are some of our more frequently asked questions. Please let us know if you have any other questions. Also be sure to view these very important Safety Tips.
Q. What age do you have to be to Buy Fireworks?
A. You have to be 18 to purchase fireworks.
Q. Do I need to bring an ID?
A. Yes a Drivers License or State ID is required.
Q. Is there a limit to how many fireworks I can buy?
A. ABSOLUTEY NOT! Are you kidding?
Q. What are the most popular Fireworks?
A. Multi Shot Aerials...A Multi Shot Aerial is a succession of effects (whistles, mines, flying wheels. colored stars etc.) connected together by a timed fuse.
They are lite by one fuse then go off in either a rapid or slow paced sequence.
Q. Which is the BIGGEST & LOUDEST firework you sell?
A. # 100 Rozzi Starburst..you will gasp!!! Made right here in Loveland, OH.
Q. How can I book a professional Display of Rozzi's Famous Fireworks?
A. Click Here to see our display website and we can help you plan your next Rozzi's Famous Fireworks event.
Q. What is the best time to Buy Fireworks, to avoid the crowds?
A. Come early..we can give you individual attention and help you choose the best fireworks for you big event.
Q. What precautions should people take when using fireworks this Fourth of July?
A. There are many precautions that everyone should heed when enjoying fireworks:
- Always read and follow the directions carefully.
- Only ignite fireworks outside in a well-cleared area.
- Have a responsible adult supervise all fireworks activities.
- Light fireworks one item at a time.
- Have a bucket of water available to dispose of used fireworks.
Q. What are the different classifications of fireworks?
A. Consumer Fireworks (formerly known as "Class C" Fireworks) - Also known as 1.4G Fireworks. These devices are most commonly sold at neighborhood stands during the Fourth of July season.
Display Fireworks (formerly known as "Class B" Fireworks) - Also known as 1.3G Fireworks. These are the fireworks used in large community displays run by licensed professionals (pyrotechnicians). These devices are not intended for use by consumers.
Q. What is the maximum amount of explosive material contained in a consumer fireworks device?
A. The legal limit of explosive material in a consumer (1.4G or Class C) firework is 50 mg (about the size of half an aspirin tablet). Any item containing more than 50 mg is illegal and should be avoided.
Q. How can I recognize an illegal firework?
A. Look for a manufacturer's name on each item or on the box in which they were packaged. Each device should also list instructions for proper use and have cautionary labeling. The manufacturer's name and cautionary labeling are required by law. Fireworks without this information are probably illegal and, therefore, to be avoided. If you suspect that you have illegal fireworks, contact the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms at 1-888-ATF-BOMB. Cherry bombs, M-80s, M-100s, and silver salutes are all examples of illegal explosives, sometimes mistakenly referred to by the press as legal, consumer fireworks. These items are extremely dangerous. Fireworks made from mail order kits are illegal and dangerous. NEVER attempt to make your own fireworks or tamper with legal consumer fireworks. Be extremely careful when ordering fireworks over the Internet. If you do use the Internet to obtain fireworks, be sure that you are purchasing from an established, legal vendor. Also, be sure to know all of the local laws concerning the use of fireworks in your state before ordering any items.
Q. Do you have M-80's or Cherry Bombs?
A. NO...NO...a thousand times NO...M-80's and Cherry Bombs were outlawed in the 60's by the Federal Government.
Q. Where is the new Rozzi Fireworks store located?
A. Rozzi's new store is located at 10059 Loveland Madeira Road (Opposite Lake Isabella) Ohio 45140