NFPA team interviewed by radio program to set the record straight about home fire sprinklers

By Fred Durso, Jr. Radio host Christal Frost (left) and NFPA’s Meredith Hawes at the WTCM News Talk 580 studies in Traverse City, Michigan Home fire sprinklers were the hot topic during a recent radio show that interviewed NFPA staff on the impact and cost-effectiveness of these devices. Joining Christal Frost from WTCM News Talk 580 on her weekday show in Traverse City, Michigan, was Meredith Hawes, NFPA’s public education specialist and one of the Fire Sprinkler Initiative’s Faces of Fire. Frost was as curious about the issue of installation cost as were the callers flooding the station’s phone lines during the broadcast. “There’s…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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