The TNT Fireworks Superstore in Dania Beach has been open around the clock since July 2nd to handle the Fourth of July holiday rush.
Marketing manager Itzhak Dickstein says the company hired an extra 200 employees to manage the steep increase in customers.
To buy fireworks, customers first have to navigate police-directed traffic and find parking among the businesses near the Broward County fireworks store.
For Miami-Dade residents, fireworks may be illegal, but they are easy to get. At Phantom Fireworks in Key Largo, the week leading up to the Fourth of July is the busiest time of the year.
The pyrotechnics outlet draws customers not only from the Keys, but also from Miami-Dade County, where many of the store’s explosives cannot be sold legally.
The shop has seen about 1,000 customers per day and has stayed open until one AM for the past week, according to store manager Kary Singh.