SHELL AIR & SEA SHOW MAY 1998
Alese & Morton Pechter

1998 SHELL AIR & SEA SHOW
Saturday, May 2 & Sunday May 3, 1998
Hotline for Show information: (954) 527-5600 Ext. 88
Website:
www.airseashow.com

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Gather thee up Palm Beachers ... with sun screen, blankets, chairs, radios .. there is a "once a year" happening going to take place in Ft. Lauderdale, Saturday, May 2 and Sunday May 3, 1998. Along three miles of beach you will see a show that features the finest military and civilian aerobatics performers in the country as well as spectacular activities along the waterfront. All five branches of the U.S. military participate and the highlight will include the United States Navy Blue Angels Demonstration Squadron.

Mickey Markoff of MDM Group, Ltd.Wow! It just does not seem possible, but Mickey Markoff of MDM Group, Ltd., executive producer of this extravaganza seems to have done it again. How could he ever top last year's show? ... But this year's ShellAir & Sea Show will be even bigger and better than the last three.

The plans sound terrific and one of the nicest pluses for the show is the fact that everyone is a winner ...
   It is a huge showcase for South Florida...
   It generates revenue for businesses in the area...
   It assists local charitable organizations...
   It certainly generates community spirit...
   It is a salute to the US military...
   It provides corporations with a platform to utilize as a justifiable marketing tool...
But, best of all .... it is a fun place to be for the millions that enjoy the beaches and watch from their special vantage points.

Ready ... Set ... Go ...
Tres Com Lima Lima SquadronHere is what is planned for this year:
Sea Events:
   Worrell 1000 Sailboat Race
   Powerade Water Ski Show
   Water Vehicle Demonstration Hovercraft Demonstration
   Claritin Hang Gliding Demonstration

Civilian Air Activities:
   BellSouth Mobility Wing Walker Demonstration
   Extra-300 Acrobatics Act
   Trescom Northern Lights Aerobatic Team
   Fantasy of Flight B-26 Marauder
   Ian Groom/FujiFilm Sukhoi Acrobatics Act
   Aerial Sign Company's "Salute to Old Glory"

A-10 WarthogMilitary Air Activities:
   US Navy Blue Angels
   US Navy F-14 Tomcat Demonstration
   US Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier Jet
   US Army Golden Knights Parachute Demonstration
   US Army AH-64A Apache Helicopter Demonstration
   US Coast Guard Air/Sea Rescue Demonstration
   US Air Force B-2B Spirit Stealth Bomber Flyover
   US Air Force B-52 Stratofortress Flyover
   US Air Force Reserve F-16 Falcon Flyover
   US Air Force F-15 Eagle Demonstration
   US Air Force F-117 Nighthawk Stealth Flyover
   US Air Force A-10 Warthog Demonstration
Tres Com Lima Lima   US Air Force Para Rescue Squadron Demonstration
   US Air Force C-17 Globemaster III Flyover
   US Air Force KC-10 Air Refueler
   US Air Force Reserve T-38 Talon Demonstration
   F-104 Starfighters Demonstration
   Canadian Air Force T-33 Demonstration
   Czechoslovakian Aero L-39 Albatros Demonstration
   US Navy - LCAC

Bet you think that is all ... but there is lots more to see and do...
   There is an Air & Sea Show Display Village
   Jack Daniels "Air Brush Art Exhibition" ..
      Todd Dawes will airbrush 5 paintings .. one for each branch of the service.
   Bennett Auto Supply Flight Deck
   Beach Concessions .. for Food; Beverages; Novelties; Event Programs

Saturday evening from 7-10PM will be:
   Walgreens Jazz Night Featuring the US Navy Band Jacksonville "PRIDE"
   Captain Morgan's Concert starring Spyro Gyra
   Miller Light Fireworks Extravaganza

From 9 in the morning till late in the evening, you will be dazzled.

Brigadier General Walter VartanBrigadier General Walter Vartan, USAF Retired and the immediate past secretary general of CIOR (Confederation of Inter-Allied Officers of the Reserve) .. an organization representing 800,000 military reserve officers of NATO ... will again be doing the announcing. He certainly knows his aircraft and many, many interesting stories about the planes and the missions they fly.

And all of this is FREE ... FREE ... FREE to the public!! This year, 46 corporate sponsors will offset 100% of the Show's out-of-pocket expenses with contributions exceeding $3 million in cash and in-kind services. In return, the Show provides an opportunity to promote products and, form cross promotional partnerships with other corporate sponsors, reward employees and entertain important clients.

The Show Hotline for information is: (954) 527-5600 .. Ext.88




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