This story starts clear back last December and will continue on for a very long time. We were in Las Vegas with our booth during the NFRs. The booth itself was pretty well a bust. Very few wanted to listen, no one seemed to care, and it was discouraging. However, this particular evening we were out to eat celebrating my sis-in-law's birthday when we notice a gentleman with a Vietnam veteran hat waiting for a table. We started up a conversation and wanted to deliver a giveback shirt to him.read more
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It was pretty cool when we got a message from a volunteer firefighter here in Utah who heard we were delivering giveback shirts for the firefighters. When he saw the smoke he asked their chief if they could take a truck and head up to help-and they did. He and some of his crew had spent a LONG week battling the Pole Creek fire here in Utah. They were directly in contact with the fire doing structure protection up Spanish Fork canyon/Covered Bridge Canyon/Highway 89 area and contread more
We loved the opportunity we had to go deliver giveback shirts and gear to firefighters battling the Pole Creek and Bald Mountain fires a few weeks ago! The kids were so excited and the experience did not disappoint (it never does). Driving home from our firefighter giveback Friday evening, I looked up at the beautiful mountains behind our home and was even more grateful for those men and women we just met and talked with. We had already been so appreciative of "the people" who had beread more
I heard about a fire in a New York apartment building this morning. It started a little before 2 in an apartment on the first floor. Crews responded and tenants were able to evacuated while the fire was small, but it grew to more than 6 alarms. However, the interesting part to me is that 14 people were injured. When I heard that I thought-that's quite a few I hope they weren't injured seriously. Thankfully they fairly mild injuries that were treatable, BUT the imporread more