Fire Prevention Award Nomination Period Closes February 1

Wednesday, 19 January 2011

Don’t miss out on your chance to nominate an outstanding volunteer firefighter in your department for a prestigious national award!

The National Volunteer Fire Council’s (NVFC) Fire Prevention Award, sponsored by First Alert, annually honors a volunteer firefighter who exemplifies the philosophy of fire prevention. To be considered for the award, nominees must be volunteer firefighters. This is a great opportunity to recognize a volunteer firefighter in your department for their dedication and achievements in the area of fire prevention.
 
The NVFC Fire Prevention Award was established in the memory of volunteer firefighter Marc Mueller, who energetically promoted the causes of volunteer firefighters and supported all efforts to elevate the volunteer program to its highest level. He dedicated much of his life to public service and made major strides to bring prestige, credibility, and recognition to volunteer firefighters nationwide. The NVFC and First Alert present the award as a tribute to outstanding volunteerism and community service performed through the fire service.
 
For additional information about the award and to access criteria and a nomination form, visit www.nvfc.org/awards/firepreventionaward/.

 Nominations are due no later than February 1, 2011. 

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