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Monday, October 02, 2006

First Due: Fire/EMS Gear

First Due: Fire/EMS Gear recently celebrated its Grand Opening two weeks ago. First Due is located at 1806 Thompson Memorial Dr. Roanoke, VA. 24019, just up the street from the RoanokeValley Regional Fire-EMS Training Center. The business was opened by Jarrod Fuhrman, a Roanoke Firefighter. First Due offers an online store which is available to use, however I am told that there is still a lot of merchandise to be added.

The website states:

FIRST DUE IS SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA'S NEWEST DEALER OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT FOR FIREFIGHTERS, EMS PERSONNEL, SWIFTWATER & TECHINCAL RESCUERS AND ANY OTHER PROFESSIONALS THAT DEMAND TOP QUALITY, HARD WORKING GEAR FOR PROTECTING THEMSELVES 24/7.

WE ARE COMMITED TO BUILDING A RELATIONSHIP WITH EVERYONE THAT CONTACTS US, WHETHER IT BE A FIREFIGHTER, A DEPARTMENT HEAD OR A FAMILY MEMBER TO ENSURE THE HIGHEST POSSIBLE CUSTOMER SERVICE AVAILABLE.

FIRST DUE CARRIES THE MOST RESPECTED GEAR THAT IS MANUFACTURED WITH PREMIUM CRAFTMANSHIP AND THE HIGHEST STANDARDS. WE ARE PROUD OF OUR COMPANY, OUR PRODUCTS AND WE LOOK FORWARD TO SERVING YOU. THANK YOU FOR VISITING OUR WEB SITE.
Tell them you saw the information on the Blog. It is good to see more and more firefighters getting out and starting their own businesses. If you have a business you would like mention of, let me know.

I haven't paid complete attention to the reading lists for Roanoke's promotional tests, although I think I saw a couple books on the site which might be included.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

watch out blue ridge rescue!!! Just kidding Jamie!!! But serious Jarrod said he can beat any prices!!! Just jokeing, Best of luck to jarrod and keep up the good work Jamie.Awww i forgot Roanoke Fire-EMS gets EVERYTHING from C.W.WILLIAMS!!! Forget it boys!!!

Gavin Miller said...

I stopped by about a week ago. I got some 5.11 pants at a great price. I love them and will proably go back for another pair next time I have some extra cash. Its good to see businesses like this popping up.