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Company to announce plans with fireworks

 

If you’re downtown Saturday you may see fireworks.
The DreamVision Company, headquartered in Fort Worth, says it will announce corporate plans domestically and internationally during the Celebrate Fort Worth Spectacular. The company includes some former Disney Corp. executives and the founder, CEO and chairman, Rick Silanskas, says he was inspired by Walt Disney.
“[We]hope in some way to honor his legacy as DreamVision reaches the world with hope, joy and inspiration,” said Silanskas in a news release. “It is my goal to soon call Fort Worth The Family Entertainment Capital of The World.”
The Celebrate Fort Worth Spectacular will feature entertainment, such as Danny and The Juniors, Johnny Thunder, The Marvelettes and The Drifters.
The evening will feature “Celebration In The Sky”, the largest original fireworks symphony in the southwest, according to the company. The DreamVision production will feature The Christ Chapel Symphony Orchestra live on stage and the DreamVision Voices of America. Admission is free.
 

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