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Pizza and smoke alarms for 2014 FPW


Sparky the Fire Dog® talks about NFPA's partnership with Domino's during Fire Prevention Week.

 

Domino's logoNFPA and Domino’s Pizza are teaming up for the 7th year to deliver fire safety messages and pizza during Fire Prevention Week, October 5-11, 2014. To make this year’s campaign a success, we encourage fire departments to join forces with their local Domino’s Pizza store and implement the campaign in their communities.

Here’s how the program works: Fire departments can partner with their local Domino’s store and deliver free pizzas to residents during FPW. Ideally, the program is executed over one or two days for an estimated one-hour time frame, with the goal of making approximately two deliveries in the local area.

The deliveries will be made aboard a fire truck from the local station. The participating Domino’s Pizza delivery expert will follow in his or her car with the pizza order. 

Participate in Domino's Fire Safety  Program

To participate, fill out the form (PDF, 20 KB), and e-mail to Jeannette Conklin.

When the pizza delivery arrives at the customer’s home, the firefighters will check the home for working smoke alarms. If the smoke alarm works, the customer’s order is free. If the batteries are dead, the fire department will supply the customer with new batteries.

As this year’s FPW campaign theme, "Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!" focuses on the importance of working smoke alarms, partnering with Domino’s presents a fun but powerful opportunity to reinforce the campaign’s messages and help make residents safer from fire.

While local Domino’s franchises are asked to contact fire departments to initiate the program, fire departments should also feel free to reach out to Domino’s.

Domino’s FPW Sweepstakes
Domino's Pizza announced the five fire departments that were randomly selected to receive "FPW-in-a-Box 300" after signing up to particpate in the FPW/Domino's campaign this October. Here are the winners:

  • Assistant Chief Shane Gibbs - Oconee County Emergency Services/Walhalla, SC
  • Michael McAuliffe - Harvey Vol. Fire Co. No. 2/Harvey, LA
  • Chief Michael Vaughn - Washington Fire Dept./Washington, IL
  • LT Tom Mangiameli - Hoffman Estates Fire Department/Hoffman Estates, IL
  • Battalion Chief Rudy Khalaf - District 2 Fire/Rescue/San Antonio, TX

Congratulations to all of you! Once again, thanks to the nearly 60 fire departments across the country that have already signed on to participate in the program.

If you're a fire department that would like to implement the campaign in your community but haven't signed up yet, don't worry - there's still time! Simply fill out the downloadable form and send it to Jeannette Conklin.

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