Flying Musicians: Performing and Exhibiting at HELI-EXPO
- Visit FMA at Booth #1419 to win a BrightLine Bag and Barnstorming DVD
Fort Worth, Texas – February 2, 2012: The Flying Musicians Association, Inc., a non-profit organization, will be hovering into Dallas for the 2012 HELI-EXPO February 12-14. Stop by to see what FMA is up to in 2012. While there, sign our sheet and drop your business card in the bowl for a chance to win a BrightLine Flight/Gig Bag and a Barnstorming DVD.
FMA performers will entertain at the Hilton Anatole Hotel for the exhibitor reception and prior to HAI's "Salute to Excellence" Awards Dinner. John Zapp, co-founder of FMA, said, “Opportunities for FMA members at such a prestigious event as HAI’s HELI-EXPO brings light to FMA’s mission and will no doubt encourage organizations to help us pursue our mission and goals.”
The Flying Musicians have created an atmosphere where enthusiasts of both aviation and music can converge to share their passions while enjoying a great aviation event in Downtown Dallas! Zapp added, “We are helping to create new engineers, scientists and aviators by sharing our combined passion for music and aviation with students in high schools and colleges and by opening Flying Musicians chapters throughout the country.”
Since 1948, the Helicopter Association International (HAI) has brought together the leaders of the international helicopter community. Our membership includes helicopter operators and owners, users, manufacturers and suppliers, service organizations and individuals interested in following the events of the helicopter industry. Members are classified according to their roles in the industry.
The Flying Musicians Association, Inc. took off in 2009 by blending two passions: flying and music. The mission of the organization: “Pilot Musicians sharing their passion while encouraging and educating youth (& adults) in the science and art of aeronautics and music.” College chapters have begun to take flight around the country. See if your alma mater is listed; if not, let’s create one!