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AeroFest expected to draw large crowds from around region

MOBILE, AL (WALA) -

The founders of Mobile AeroFest on Thursday, March 5 joined with Mobile Mayor Sandy Stimpson, Lex McMahon, COO of Titan FC and other VIPs at a press conference about the Festival that will take place on March 20 and 21 at the Mobile Aeroplex at Brookley.

The Mobile AeroFest is a multifaceted annual festival expected to draw large crowds from around the region. Its' mission is to actively improve the lives of America's injured warriors through a confluence of talent, vision and technology that has never been seen before in the production of a live event.

Mobile Aerofest is several events-in-one including a championship MMA fights, world class music, food, entertainment, Hero Games, Veterans Expo, an Independence Ride and much more.

FOX10 News reporter Matt Barrentine is at the press conference and will have more on AeroFest on FOX10 News at 5 p.m.

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