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Domino’s Fire Prevention Week Sweepstakes Winners Announced!

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Por Susan McKelvey

Last month,

More than 60 fire departments signed on and were automatically entered into the sweepstakes. On Friday, Agosto 7, five departments were randomly drawn. The winners are:

  • McKinney Fire Department-Central Fire Station, McKinney, TX (Stacie Durham)
  • Palm Bay Fire-Rescue, Palm Bay, FL (Jim Poulos)
  • Mehlville Fire Protection District, St. Louis, MO (Kevin Reis)
  • Rochelle Park Township Fire Department, Rochelle Park, NJ (Darryl De Mott)
  • Gig Harbor Fire & Medic One, Gig Harbor, Washington (Nanette Tatom)

Congratulations to all of you! Courtesy of Domino’s, each of you will receive NFPA’s “Fire Prevention Week in a Box 300,” which includes:

  • 1 FPW banner (super-sized 10x 4′)
  • 45 FPW posters (17″ x 24″)
  • 300 adult FPW brochures
  • 300 kids FPW activity posters
  • 300 FPW stickers
  • 300 FPW magnets
  • 300 copies of FPW news
  • 300 FPW bags

Of course, thanks to all the fire departments that have signed on to participate in this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign with Domino’s. If you haven’t yet, fear not! There’s still time to get involved. Simply email Dani Nicholl at dani.nicholl@dlaminorteos.com and learn how you and your local Domino’s can team up to implement the campaign in your community.

This year’s Fire Prevention Week theme isHear the Beep Where You Sleep: Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke Alarm”. To learn more, visit www.firepreventionweek.org.

FPW theme artwork

Fuente:: NFPA – Información de seguridad


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