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How ’90s pop songs can help you advocate for home fire sprinklers

By Fred Durso, Jr. For this blog post, we’re going back to a time when boy bands ruled the radio and the Macarena was the quickest way to get the masses to the dance floor. Dust off those CDs and envelope yourself in flannel, because you’re about to take a one-way trip to the 1990s! You’re probably wondering what pop music from this decade has to do with advocating for home fire sprinklers. Quite a lot, actually. Many of us sprinkler advocates have to give presentations at code council hearings, town meetings, and public events explaining why home fire sprinklers are lifesavers. (Ne Pas, not

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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