The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), in a July 16 entry on its “Fire Service Today” blog, has announced a partnership with Domino’s Pizza for Fire Prevention Week 2012 (October 7-13).
NFPA, as those in the many industries utilizing or testing compressed air know, is one of the most influential safety organizations in the United States. NFPA 1989 (“Standard on Breathing Air Quality for Emergency Services Respiratory Protection”) is one of the hallmark standards, protecting more than just fire and other emergency services personnel.
(RELATED: See NFPA 1989 compressed air testing information on TRI Air Testing’s website.)
As part of its Fire Prevention Week activities, Domino’s Pizza is planning to include fire safety messages atop its pizza boxes throughout October. Furthermore, participating Domino’s stores are partnering with local fire departments to reward customers who have working smoke alarms—a reward that will take an unusual form: fire departments will deliver the pizza. When these trucks arrive at a home with the pizza, fire personnel will check the fire alarm. If it works, the pizza will be free.
Who can participate?
According to NFPA’s blog, this Domino’s partnership opportunity is open to career or volunteer firefighters or employees of Fire Departments in the 48 contiguous United States (D.C.) who are at least 18 years of age and who sign up for Domino’s Fire Safety Program. Ends 7/26/12. To enter and for Official Rules, including odds, and prize descriptions, email email@example.com. Void in AK, HI and where prohibited.
Domino’s Public Relations Team notes that it has a limited amount of spots open to facilitate the proper relationship with local franchise owners. Sign up between July 12 and July 26 to be entered for a chance to win one of five Fire Prevention Week (FPW) in a Box kits for 100 people.