Toronto Raptors Put Fire and Carbon Monoxide Safety Centre Court with New Holiday Campaign






Toronto Raptors Put Fire and Carbon Monoxide Safety Centre Court with New Holiday Campaign

 The Fire Marshal’s Public Fire Safety Council (FMPFSC) is preparing to tip-off an Ontario-wide fire and carbon monoxide safety campaign featuring Canada’s NBA team, the Toronto Raptors.

Two star Raptor players, DeMar DeRozan and Cory Joseph, have been named Fire Safety Ambassadors in the new program aimed at reducing fire and carbon monoxide tragedies during the holiday season.

DeRozan and Joseph will join David Orazietti, Minister of Community Safety & Correctional Services, Ross Nichols, Ontario’s Fire Marshal, and other safety stakeholders at the official campaign launch, Wednesday, December 7th. 125 Fire Service Professionals representing towns and cities from across Ontario will be on hand to join in the launch.

Location: Toronto Fire & Paramedic Services Training Centre, 895 Eastern Ave, Toronto

Agenda:
7:30 am to 8:30 am – Continental Breakfast
8:30 am to 8:45 am – Opening Remarks
8:45 am to 9:15 am – Make The Winning Shot Tip-off featuring Raptors, Program Highlights with FMPFSC Exec. Director Art Pullan, Photo Opps

Visuals: DeMar DeRozan, Cory Joseph, Fire Marshal and Minister engaged in launch activity;  Fire Service Professionals posing in front of the ‘Make The Winning Shot’ campaign photo booth with DeRozan and Joseph.

This event will be held indoors, please report to the main entrance. Plenty of parking is available in the main parking lot.
Toronto Raptors Put Fire and Carbon Monoxide Safety Centre Court with New Holiday Campaign Toronto Raptors Put Fire and Carbon Monoxide Safety Centre Court with New Holiday Campaign Reviewed by Tony G on December 05, 2016 Rating: 5

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