Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Confetti Industry Prepares For New Year’s Eve

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A New Year’s Eve bash just wouldn’t be complete without confetti – and those shredded pieces of paper mean a lot of green paper for one Connecticut man.

John Jaworski – who calls himself the “Confetti King” – has been preparing all year with his company, “X-Streamers” to supply customers with enough confetti for New Year’s Eve.

Jaworski says he and his fleet of confetti-makers always “kick it up a notch” for the holidays.

According to Jaworski, the best type of confetti is the slow- falling, rectangle tissue confetti which floats in the air for the longest time, and looks the prettiest.

Jaworski insists confetti isn’t as messy as people think and says even neat freak party animals can clean it up with a leaf blower in minutes.

Plus, he adds that confetti is a very safe New Year’s Eve party favor in comparison to poppers and firecrackers.

Says Jaworski: “We’ve never had a confetti-related injury. No paper cuts or confetti to eye will ruin your New Year’s party.”

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