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New 'Sprinkler Saves' Blog Promotes Importance of Fire Sprinkler Systems
HASTINGS, Mich. – Viking Group, a global leader in fire protection and life safety systems, is pleased to introduce its new ‘Sprinkler Saves’ blog. Every day, fire sprinklers are working to save lives and property from the devastating effects of fire. The purpose of the ‘Sprinkler Saves’ blog is to keep a running documentation of successful fire sprinkler system activations as reported in the media. Select sprinkler successes from throughout North America are posted daily to the blog.
To follow the blog visit http://sprinklersaves.blogspot.com/ or scan the QR Code below. The blog format is quick and easy to read. There is a concise headline, including the location of the save, and a brief one or two line description. Readers can click through to the media coverage for additional details.
The sprinkler success stories published to the blog are also tweeted from Viking’s Twitter page, @Vikinggroup (https://twitter.com/#!/vikinggroup), with the hash tag #SprinklerSaves. Viking advocates using the #SprinklerSaves hash tag for all successful sprinkler activations, which will help draw more attention to the life-saving benefits of automatic fire sprinklers.
Smart phone users can download any number of free apps for scanning these codes (such as ScanLife®). After launching the app you will be prompted to scan the code and will be automatically directed to the ‘Sprinkler Saves’ blog.
Viking is a global leader in the manufacture and distribution of innovative fire protection and life safety systems. For over 90 years the company’s products and services have protected lives and property worldwide from the devastating effects of fire. For more information on Viking’s complete line of quality fire protection products and services, please visit www.vikinggroupinc.com or call 800-968-9501.
Contact FacilitiesNet Editorial Staff » posted on: 2/27/2012
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