Rusty Long of MES Fire, began his career in the fire service 23 years ago as a volunteer firefighter in central Arkansas. Through this experience, his interests expanded and he decided to pursue a full-time career in firefighting with the City of Bryant Arkansas Fire Department. After 20 years,
Scott Compton of ROI Fire & Ballistics has been busy introducing Fire-Dex gear to the departments nestled in the mountain and ski towns of Colorado. During his time there, he's been successful in introducing our I2H Integrated Class II Harness to departments who complete high angle rescues. With
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.
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.
With all of his achievements, you would never guess Monty Boeke, Distributor Sales Representative at Danko Emergency Equipment Co., has only been selling Fire-Dex for 14 months! His impressive improvement, commitment to the Fire-Dex mission and steady growth have qualified him for recognition as
Roger Crane of Weidner Fire in Midvale, Utah has done a tremendous amount of work to grow the Fire-Dex brand in Idaho over the past 4 years. His ability to convert departments and retain customers earns him the DSR of the Month honor for March 2019.
Jordan Koffler, a lifelong native of Naches, Washington, has dedicated himself to a life of helping others and serving his community. He serves as a volunteer EMT, firefighter, and search and rescue responder for Naches Fire Department and Yakima Co. Sheriff’s Department. Being involved in the