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Powerful presentation supporting fire sprinklers stuns legislators

By Fred Durso, Jr. I wanted to resurrect a 2011 post from blogger Brad Phillips, since its message is timeless. The way you present home fire sprinklers to the public or decision makers is just as important as your content. Captivating presentations keep your audience engaged, and have the power to effect change. Such was the case for Rob Feeney, a burn survivor who was at The Station nightclub in West Warwick, Rhode Island, when a massive fire injured him and killed 100 people, including his fiancée. Following training by the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors, Feeney has since advocated for sprinklers in a…

Source:: NFPA – Fire Sprinkler Initiative


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