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How to deliver an effective call to action for home fire sprinklers

By Fred Durso, Jr. Giving a presentation that showcases home fire sprinklers? Maybe it’s a live burn/sprinkler demonstration or an open house at a newly built sprinklered home. Don’t let your efforts fall flat with a lackluster ending. Here are some tips by Brad Phillips that will encourage your audience to take action on sprinklers once your presentation comes to a close. Many public speakers are reluctant to offer an overt “call to action” at the end of their speeches. For whatever reason, many speakers feel uncomfortable telling the audience precisely what they want them to do after their speeches end. I’ve heard people…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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