Monday, October 10, 2011

Red Star and The Dragon’s new Transforming Jet Truck a Huge Hit at Dyersburg Elementary Schools

While attending the Wings Over Halls Air Show the Jet Act “Red Star and The Dragon” rolled their new transforming jet truck through the streets of West Tennessee arriving at middle and elementary schools in both Dyersburg and Ripley, Tennessee. Andy Anderson and Jerry Conley delivered their message of the need for a good education and how life can be a lot more fun when you have one to nearly four hundred students. Afterwards the two jet pilots answered a variety of questions and signed autographs for the kids.

“We have never done anything like this before and I’ll tell you it was a lot of fun,” said Andy.

“The best thing about designing and building this jet truck is that it is street legal; in fact, we drove it from Nicholasville, Kentucky to the air show at Halls, Tennessee,” added Jerry.

With the addition of this new aspect to their act “Red Star and The Dragon” now offer’s more bang for the buck than any other air show in North America –With an exciting choreographed Vietnam themed dogfight, two of the most photographed civilian jet aircraft in the world, with their Dragon and Eagle paint schemes, crowd interaction, phenomenal sponsorship interaction, and now a street legal transforming jet truck added to their act, with the ability for on site or remote community and school interaction.

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