Kingston Delivers In-Your-Face Fire Safety

Markley, Rick
October 2007
Fire Chief;Oct2007, Vol. 51 Issue 10, p11
Trade Publication
The article reports on the second year of the aggressive marketing campaign launched by the Fire Department in Kingston, Tennessee to coincide with the state's Fire Prevention Week. In accordance with the Fire Prevention Week, the department is conducting activities, including station tours, participating in the Great American Fire Drill, working with elementary schools, demonstrating home sprinkler and holding a citizens' fire academy.


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