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SALISBURY, Md.- Thousands of people look forward to fireworks at Red White and Boom each year thanks to one man.

Mike Dunn, who's run the show for six years, says he'll be stepping down after this year.

A new leadership will take his place - Brian Nelson and Ryan Weitzel, both from Salisbury, will take Dunn's place.

"They're diligent. They're nice. They're polite. They're community minded," Dunn said. "They're exactly the kind of people that you'd want to hand over an event like this."

Both Nelson and Weitzel say Red White and Boom will remain mostly the same, but may change the venue to accommodate large crowds.

More information on Red White and Boom can be found at http://redwhiteboomsalisbury.org/. This year's show will take place at the Wicomico County Stadium beginning at 6:30 p.m.

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