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.
Medina, Ohio – August, 7, 2019 - Fire-Dex announced today the acquisition of Gear Wash, a verified Independent Service Provider (ISP) of clean and repair services, based out of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Maged joined the Fire-Dex family in April 2019 in a newly created role as Project Manager. Before he joined us at Fire-Dex, he worked at Hugo Boss for 14 years and he was the Industrial Engineer at Keystone for 4 years. Read more about Maged in his Q&A below!
Monica joined the Fire-Dex family in April 2019 as a Customer Service Representative. Before Fire-Dex, she was in Customer Relations for The Kirby Company. Read more about Monica and her hobbies in her Q&A below!
Ronald Humphries of MES Fire in Camden, South Carolina is a salesman to admire. With 16 years of fire equipment sales under his belt, he has built and strengthened long-lasting relationships with fire departments throughout the region.
We welcomed another Territory Sales Representative to the team today. Bart Brown, of Northern Mississippi, was hired to focus on building and strengthening relationships with fire departments in Tennessee and Alabama. He reports to David Moore, Regional Sales Manager and will be instrumental in
Kalkaska Township was recently dispatched to a house fire. Upon arrival, crews were in a defensive attack and within 5 minutes, one crew switched to an interior attack. During the first 45-minute air bottle, they tore down much of the ceiling while being exposed to some heat and fire. After,