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Family business sparks fun memories: Lafon’s offers deals, joy

by | Jun 30, 2016 | Life & Style

Joann and Alvin Lafon, owners of Lafon's Fireworks, are joined by their employees back row from left, Bobby Mack, Kenneth Blanks Jr., Raeghan Bales, Kacie Phillips, front row, Releigh Mack, Kensey Thomas and Maura Korchak.

Joann and Alvin Lafon, owners of Lafon’s Fireworks, are joined by their employees back row from left, Bobby Mack, Kenneth Blanks Jr., Raeghan Bales, Kacie Phillips, front row, Releigh Mack, Kensey Thomas and Maura Korchak.

Family. Freedom. Fireworks. Put them all together and you can usher in the kind of fun Fourth of July you remember as a child.

Lafon’s Fireworks is just the place to go and boasts an atmosphere like none other, one of family.

For owners Joann and Alvin Lafon, fireworks are their business and they know it forwards and backwards. But ahead of making a profit is being there for the community, something they have done for more than 36 years.

By Wyndi Veigel • News Editor • [email protected]

For the complete story see the June 30 edition of The Farmersville Times or click here for the e-Edition.

Lafon's fireworks owners Joann and Alvin Lafon are open and ready for business at their three locations in Greenville, Copeville and Branch.

Lafon’s fireworks owners Joann and Alvin Lafon are open and ready for business at their three locations in Greenville, Copeville and Branch.

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