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Fire & Water - Cleanup & Restoration

Honoring Our First Responders

3/4/2019 (Permalink)

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First Responder Bowl

This year we celebrated the First Responder Bowl, a college football game held at the Cotton Bowl. We sponsored this bowl game to honor all our brave men and women that day in and day out respond to emergencies. Our Firefighters, Police Officers, Emergency Utility Workers, that drop whatever they're doing to put our lives, families and properties, before their own.  

The Bowl Game itself was held on December 26, 2018 and became the first college bowl game, in history,  to become “Like it never even happened." In a strange twist of fate, the game was canceled after only 9 minutes and 52 seconds of play, due to inclement weather.

Lighting strikes close to the stadium made it unsafe and after multiple lighting delays the game had to be ended resulting in a no contest.

At SERVPRO of Hancock County our hearts and thanks go out to all the players at Boston College and Boise State that worked so hard to earn their chance at the bowl game.

At SERVPRO of Hancock County to celebrate First Responders, we decided to honor our local Fire Departments, with our Feed a Firefighter program. Throughout the first half of the year SERVPRO of Hancock County Heroes are taking lunch or dinner to each of our local Fire Stations, to show how much we appreciate all they do for our community.  We can’t thank enough our Police, Fire Fighters, and EMTs that keep us safe, and rescue us when things go wrong. We also want to thank the unsung heroes, the countless city worker that clear snow from our streets, the utility workers that brave weather so we have power, the water treatment technicians that keep the clean water running and make sure the toilet goes down and not up.  Lastly I want to thank the SERVPRO of Hancock County HEROS that make fire and water damage “Like it never even happened."

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