Medina, Ohio – October 15, 2019 - Fire-Dex announces its recognition as a 2019 Cascade Capital Business Growth Honoree. This is the third consecutive year and sixth time overall that Fire-Dex has received this award as one of the fastest growing businesses in Northeast Ohio. This year, Fire-Dex
The first day on the job can be difficult – and sometimes, downright intimidating. There is no doubt, the journey to becoming a firefighter is a long one, yet soon you will realize that every training and trial was worth it. A career as a firefighter is mentally and physically demanding, but it
Scott joined the Fire-Dex family in August 2018 as a Regional Sales Manager for New England States and Eastern Canada. Before Fire-Dex, Scott was a distributor sales rep for MES. Learn more about Scott in his Q&A!
Fire-Dex is proud to announce Darrel McCartney joined our team as the 2nd shift Production Supervisor Monday, September 23.
Fire-Dex is excited to announce that Trisha Scott joined the team Monday, September 16 as a new Office & Accounting Assistant.
Medina, Ohio – September 24, 2019 - Fire-Dex is proud to be recognized as a 4-time recipient of the Northcoast 99 Award.
As a firefighter, you know when dispatch calls there’s a vast number of scenarios that can follow. You may be sent to an actual fire scene, but more often than not these days, you’re toned out to an MVA, medical emergency, or possibly a hospital transport.
Lauren joined the Fire-Dex family in April 2019 as an addition to our METRO sales team where she covers the United States and Canada. She previously spent 7 years in sales in the staffing and recruiting industry, then decided to join the family business where she works alongside her father (Bill
Bill Jenkins of America’s Bravest Equipment adopted the Fire-Dex health and safety message early on and has been extremely motivated to share it with his territory. His ability to spread the message with enthusiasm has earned him the title Distributor of the Month.
For years, the stern, but approachable, Smokey Bear wearing a ranger hat, jeans and boots, has taught generations of Americans about fire safety and prevention. In fact, the “Only You Can Prevent Forest Fires” campaign is the longest-running public service campaign in U.S. history.