FOX Sports’ new year’s eve fireworks will be the most expensive gifts ever.
The company has spent $1.3 million on fireworks and the company is aiming for a whopping $3 million for the event, the company’s chief marketing officer, Alex Stubbins, told FoxSports.com.
“The number of people we’re targeting in the first 24 hours is unprecedented,” Stubbons said.
Stubbins and his team are trying to get a big show on the ground, with plans to set up tents in parks across the US, New York and Canada.
A total of more than 200,000 people are expected to attend, and the cost to bring the event to life will likely be in the neighborhood of $1 million.
It will be an event unlike any other.
Fox Sports and its parent company, Comcast, have never done anything like this before, and Stubbos is hopeful it will be a success.
“I’m just really looking forward to the excitement of it and what it’s going to bring,” Stubbs said.
“It’s going the extra mile.
The extra mile is going to make it even more exciting than the previous fireworks, so I think it’s definitely going to be a really good experience for everyone.”
Fox Sports has always tried to make its fireworks events unique, including creating special effects for the biggest games.
In a recent post, Stubbbs said it was a challenge to create an event that matched the intensity of the Super Bowl, and he hoped to take advantage of the weather for a more realistic effect.
“The Super Bowl is always the most intense fireworks show you can ever see, and there’s a lot of excitement in that game,” he wrote.
With the weather forecast to be the worst in recent memory, the fireworks will have to be made at a much smaller scale, with a larger diameter and smaller amount of smoke.
Fox Sports said the fireworks display will take place at the Olympic Stadium in Seattle, and it will feature a total of 14,000 balloons, including more than 1,000 smaller ones.
It will also feature a special, six-foot-high, 24-inch-wide display.
To make it all possible, the giant displays will be mounted in an array of high-rise towers that will rise and fall at different heights to create a realistic effect of falling down a mountain.
“When it comes to making fireworks, we’re always looking for the most unique and unique effects possible,” Stubs said.
And that’s what we’re doing here, and we’re going to keep doing it for years to come.”