FEMSA Announces Survey Winner

November 2006
Fire Chief;Nov2006, Vol. 50 Issue 11, p11
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The article focuses on the winner of an annual online survey of the Fire and Emergency Manufacturers and Services Association. The survey has been won by firefighter Justin McDonald. He has received equipment of worth $5,000 for his fire department. McDonald's called his fire chief Mark Bogenschutz of the Egg Harbor Town & Village Fire Department to give the news.


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