Surf Internet Sponsors Independence Day Fairway Fireworks Show

Surf Internet Sponsors Independence Day Fairway Fireworks Show

The Goshen community gathered at the Black Squirrel Golf Course on Thursday, July 4th for an evening of celebration, delicious food, and a beautiful fireworks display. The annual event, now known as Fireworks on the Fairway, has become a cherished tradition for residents.

With Surf Internet as the main sponsor, the event featured a variety of local food trucks and several vendors for attendees to explore. The highlight of the evening was of course the fireworks display that lit up the sky at the end of the night.

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Dan Umbower, Indiana Sales Manager for Surf Internet, expressed the company’s enthusiasm for being a sponsor of the event. The company is excited to continue supporting community involvement in local events.

“It’s great to have Surf back at it again this year,” Umbower said. “We love being a part of the Independence Day celebrations and are honored to sponsor them.”

Umbower also emphasized the importance of the event to the Goshen community. It brings residents together to celebrate history while strengthening a sense of community.

“The Black Squirrel fireworks are a long-standing tradition,” Umbower said. “It’s great to see Goshen come together as a community to celebrate, remember our country’s history and appreciate our freedom.”

Families and friends sat around the course, holding plates of food, waiting for the fireworks to come. Guy Fisher, a first-time attendee, came with his wife, brother-in-law and sister-in-law and was particularly interested in the food offerings.

“I’m most excited about all the food trucks,” Fisher said. “We can’t wait to check them out and enjoy the amazing food from the vendors.”

Fisher also emphasized the impact these events have on the community, as they play a key role in bringing together its participants.

“Events like this are incredibly important to the community because they bring people together and allow everyone to put their differences aside for an evening of celebration,” Fisher said.

Greg Conrad, president and CEO of Habitat for Humanity of Elkhart County, who was also attending the event for the first time, was excited to spend time with others and expressed gratitude for the community event.

“It’s a beautiful night for fireworks, good food and community,” Conrad said. “These events add vitality and strength to the community. They offer family activities and encourage people to get outside and enjoy each other’s company.”

Conrad also expressed gratitude to those who made Fireworks on the Fairway possible. He acknowledged the amount of work that goes into organizing such an event and is grateful to everyone who participated.

“A huge thank you to everyone involved in organizing this event. It’s a huge undertaking and we appreciate it,” Conrad said.

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