Hyundai Air and Sea Show Returns To Miami With Producer Mickey Markoff
This post includes affiliate links. If you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author/website may earn a commission. The Hyundai Air and Sea Show is set to make a spectacular return to Miami Beach this Memorial Day Weekend, May 27-28, 2023. Executive produced by Mickey Markoff, the event will once again showcase the best in military aviation and marine displays, delighting spectators and reigniting a sense of unity among the community.Read full story
Hyundai Air and Sea Show Exec Mickey Markoff Shares the Importance of Memorial Day
Hyundai Air and Sea Show 2022 PromoNational Salute to America's Heroes. Memorial day weekend is upon us, and while the majority of companies are preparing for blowout sales, Hyundai Air and Sea Show Executive Producer Mickey Markoff has a different idea. Passionate about paying tribute to those who have given their lives in pursuit of our nation’s freedom, Mickey Markoff strives to make the Air and Sea Shows a dedication to our heroes.Read full story
Talks With Hyundai Air and Sea Show Executive Producer Mickey Markoff
Memorial Day Weekend is quickly approaching, and South Florida local news is shining a light on the events paying tribute to the true meaning of the date. NBC sat down with Hyundai Air and Sea Show Executive Producer Mickey Markoff to talk about the upcoming event to get a better understanding of the mission and vision behind the show.Read full story
The 2022 Hyundai Air and Sea Show. Founder Mickey Markoff Honors Original Mission and Vision.
Photo of Blue Angels flying in formation.Chandler Cruttenden on Unsplash. Air and Sea Show Executive ProducerMickey Markoff talks about the inspiration behind the first Air and Sea Show, and the importance of continuing with the original mission and vision years later.Read full story
The Hyundai Air and Sea Show Set To Return To Miami Beach.
The Air and Sea Show has a history of gracing the skies and beaches of South Florida since its inception in 1995. In the decades since, the show has continued mostly without pause on an annual basis, attracting thousands of visitors and bringing millions of dollars into the local economy. Despite initial setbacks in 2020 due to the coronavirus, the show was pivoting to honor frontline workers fighting the pandemic with a flyover of the Blue Angels.Read full story