Thu, Jul 09, 2009
To Be Presented At AirVenture Later This Month
Michael Goulian is
honored and excited to be chosen to receive the prestigious 2009
Bill Barber Award for Showmanship during EAA's AirVenture 2009. "It
was a huge surprise for me when I was informed that I was chosen to
win this award. Bill Barber is a legend in the airshow business so
I am very humbled to have my name attached to an award honoring his
memory", remarked Michael.
The Bill Barber Award, which began in 1987, is awarded to
airshow performers who have demonstrated great skill and
showmanship. This award is very special because the recipient is
chosen by their peers in the industry. The award is presented
annually by World Airshow News and the friends and family of the
late Bill Barber.
Michael joins a prestigious group of past award winners such as:
Pietsch Airshows, Sean Tucker, Julie Clark, Leo Laudenslager, the
Red Barons, Gene Soucy, Patty Wagstaff, Danny Clisham and others.
In 2006, Michael was awarded the Art Scholl Showmanship Award for
his contributions to the air show industry
The aero-public is invited to the award ceremony on July
27th, 7:30pm at AirVenture's Theater in the Woods.
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