The Outdoor Wire - First Responders Receive FireDisc Cookers for Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts

Posted on Oct 20, 2017

First Responders Receive FireDisc Cookers for Hurricane Irma Relief Efforts 

FireDisc customers, vendors and investors stepped up to help donate 75 emergency FireDisc cookers for the on-going relief efforts in Florida following the widespread devastation caused by Hurricane Irma. The cookers have been distributed to area first responders, as well as volunteers and will continue to be put to use providing meals for those affected by the storm.

"I was contacted by FireDisc after Hurricane Irma had impacted Florida. They immediately expressed interest in helping the first responders mitigate any concerns of cooking and feeding those effected by the storm due to sustained power outages and flooding throughout the Tampa Bay area.  With these generous donations, FireDisc Cookers will be an essential piece of survival equipment now and for future use within the Tampa Bay area," said Lieutenant Marty King, University of South Florida Police Department.

Lt. Martin King University Police, University of South Florida

Lt. Martin King University Police, University of South Florida

Division Chief Scott Murley, Temple Terrace Fire Department

Division Chief Scott Murley, Temple Terrace Fire Department

For more information about "Built to Haul, Cooks it All" FireDisc Cookers visit their web site at www.firedisccookers.com

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More Information:
Mike Capps – Howard Communications, Inc.
(573) 898-3422 / mcapps@howardcommunications.com