Sunday , 20 August 2017

Stay Fire Smart! Reminds First United Bank and McKinney Fire Department

Stay Fire Smart! Reminds First United Bank and McKinney Fire Department

Stay Fire Smart! Reminds First United Bank and McKinney Fire Department

Have you seen the McKinney Fire Department’s latest education tool? Thanks to a donation from First United Bank of McKinney, the Fire & Life Safety Education Division’s Chevrolet Tahoe is wrapped with bright, eye-catching graphics of Sparky®, the internationally recognized mascot of the National Fire Protection Association. The wrap transformed the vehicle into a rolling billboard with life-saving messages reminding us to ‘Stay Fire Smart – Don’t Get Burned,’ and that ‘Smoke Alarms Save Lives!’

According to Stacie Durham, Fire & Life Safety Education Coordinator for the McKinney Fire Department, as she travels around to bring life-saving messages like ‘Stop, Drop, Cover & Roll’ to the community, simply seeing the vehicle reinforces critical information for both children and adults.

“First United Bank is committed to community leadership and to the well-being of our citizens. Partnering with the McKinney Fire Department provides an outstanding opportunity to honor that commitment,” said Dean Castillo, President of First United Bank – McKinney. “Through sponsorship of the ‘Family Safety Tips Program’ on local radio station KLAK and with the design and application of graphics to this vehicle, we are keeping life-saving messages in front of the public. First United is thrilled to assist the Fire Department in implementing these educational tools. “

“Teaming with First United Bank has provided greater visibility to our programs, and we are very appreciative of their generous support,” stated Assistant Fire Chief Frank Roma. “We will never know the numbers of individuals reminded about life-saving tools thanks to this car that serves to further educate the public as a moving billboard.”

For additional fire and life safety education information, please visit www.mckinneyfire.org.

“We will never know the numbers of individuals reminded about life-saving tools thanks to this car that serves to further educate the public as a moving billboard.”

— Assistant Fire Chief Frank Roma

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