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Folds Of Honor Hummer Tour and Firework Sale

Jake’s Fireworks has always placed an emphasis on family. By partnering with the Folds of Honor Foundation, we are able to give back to the families of the brave men and women of the U.S. Armed Forces who have sacrificed so much for our country. For every Folds of Honor Firework sold, $10 goes directly to the Folds of Honor Foundation which provides scholarships to the families of fallen or wounded military men and women. 

To ring in Independence Day, Jake's Fireworks will be touring through 4 states, stopping at 12 different Jake’s locations with the Folds of Honor Hummers that will be loaded with $10 Off coupons for the Folds firework.  Everyone is looking for that Red, White, and Blue finale to add to their fireworks show.  Make it the Folds of Honor firework and help military families at the same time.    

Kicking off the tour in Edmond, OK on June 24th, the foundation will be presented with a check from last years sales of the firework.  Last year's proceeds were enough to provide 66 scholarships.  The check presentation at our Edmond store will be at 5 PM for all who would like to attend.  

The Folds of Honor hummers will be loaded with Folds firework coupons at each stop.  Take a photo with the Folds of Honor Hummer and submit it to the Back Yard Hero portion of our website for your chance to win $100 gift card to Jake’s  Fireworks.  The winner will be announced on July 3rd at 5 PM CST.  

Schedule of Folds of Honor Hummer tour stops: (Click City Name For address and directions)

Friday, June 24th Edmond, OK & Norman, OK
Saturday, June 25th Tulsa, OKCatoosa, OK
Sunday, June 26th Bartlesville, OKPonca City, OK
Tuesday, June 28th Topeka, KS 17th StTopeka, KS 45th St 
Thursday, June 30th Indianapolis, IN
Friday, July 1st Portage(Kalamazoo), MI
Saturday, July 2nd Holland, MIMuskegon, MI
July 3rd & July 4th Kentwood, MIGrand Rapids, MI


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About Folds of Honor

Folds of Honor is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit organization that provides educational scholarships to families of military men and women who have fallen or been disabled while on active duty in the United States armed forces. Visit www.foldsofhonor.org for more information.   


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