Q: Who does NCI sell to?
 Wholesale customers must purchase a minimum of $5,000.00 to qualify for wholesale pricing.
Wholesale orders come in full case quantities only.

Q: I am interested in getting my license and entering the fireworks business. What else do I need to know?
 Click here for more information on local permit questions
If you have more questions regarding how to obtain these licenses, please contact your state fire marshal or your local fireworks association.

Q: What is the minimum purchase?
 A $5,000 order is required to purchase wholesale fireworks.

Q: Where is NCI located?
 We have two wholesale locations. 
Indiana - 1500 E. Washington St. Muncie, IN 47305
Georgia - 5300 Frontage Rd. Ste A-1, Forest Park, GA 30297

Q: How do I get a copy of the catalog and price list?
1- Select the "Contact" link here or at the top of the webpage and fill out the information so that we can have a catalog emailed or mailed to you.
    2- Call one of our sales reps at 765-284-7122 or 800-800-2264 and request that a copy be emailed or mailed to you.


Q: Does NCI ship all of its products to every state?
A: Due to legal restrictions, many of our products cannot be shipped to the following states: Alaska, California, Hawaii.


Q: What is a Fireworks Safety Zone?
 A fireworks safety zone is the area around the fireworks discharge site that must remain clear of people, cars, inhabited buildings, open roadways and other elements that may be harmed by falling ash or sparks. The distances for most display sites are dictated by the NFPA 1123 guidelines, requiring 70 feet of safety distance per inch diameter of shell, with a minimum of 210 feet. So a small display with 4" shells would require at least 280 feet in all directions. These values are minimums, and when fronts of effects or expected wind come into play the distances should be larger.

Q: Why do some displays look so much alike?
 The challenge with some fireworks is the lack of variety in the products. It is important to have many fireworks colors, effects, styles, and presentations in a display. Repetition is the primary cause of a boring display. The second is the lack of spectacular colors, effects, and styles. The key is to not focus on just shell count, but overall shell quality, as denoted by the numbers of various colors and effects.

Q: What are the different Firework Effects?
 Many firework developers come up with new effects and colors each year. Some of the effects include Peony, Wave, Chrysthanimum, Dhalia, Willow, Brocade Crown, Silver Crown, Diadem, Crossette, Bee, Palm, Salute, Color Salute, Peony, Ring, Atomic Ring, Bow Tie, Heart, Cube, Star, Tiger Tail, Crackle, Failing Leaves, Strobe, Glitter, Color Change, Comets, Mines and many more.
Click Here for a Great Grizzly Fireworks Effects Poster and Chart

Q: What do all those fireworks terms and effects mean?
 Click here for a Glossary of fireworks terms

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