AFSP Casino Night at Workplay in Birmingham! 04/21/2018 @ 7:00-11:00 PM
SkyBama Aerial Photography, Video, and Mapping
We are auctioning away a $1,000 value of aerial (drone) photography, cinematography, or mapping services with the proceeds benefiting the Alabama Chapter of the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Services can be used for construction, real estate, events, advertising, movies, and more.
For more information about the event and to purchase tickets click here!
SkyBama is FAA licensed and insured. Text 205-369-0426 to receive an immediate response to any questions or e-mail Kevin@SkyBama.com
Construction 24 month progression:
Back the Blue – Filming from the Shelby CO Sheriff Helicopter
****Some restrictions may apply due to close proximity to airports.
The 5th annual Cultivate Church egg drop is scheduled for Saturday March 31st at 9am! Imagine 20,000 candy filled eggs falling from the sky as a helicopter hovers above. The egg drop is a 100% free family event with free food, inflatables, the Easter Bunny, and more. There will be two drops for two different age groups and pre-schoolers will have their very own Easter Egg hunt! Share with your friends and we’ll see you there!
Hunt – Ages 0-3
Drop 1 – Ages 4-6
Drop 2 – Ages 7-12
The gates open at 9:00 am and the fun begins at 10:30!
Skip the line and pre-register at www.theeggdrop.tv!
Facebook event page here: The Egg Drop
Hoversurf, a Russian company that builds drones designed the Scorpion-3 Hoverbike light and compact. It just passed tests in extreme conditions – dust and heat. They also have a special version for the Dubai police.
This bike can climb at 5 meters per second! 980ft per min!
Price is expected to be $30-70K! Preorder one here: HoverSurf
Start making plans for your trip to one of the largest sunflower fields in the southeast! Land owner Todd Sheridan planted 800,000 seeds on May 10th and blooms are expected early July! Todd states “You are all welcome to take pictures. Just please don’t pick them as they are a source of income for my family.”
Autauga County Alabama at the intersection of Hwy 14 and Hwy 33.