As the desire to dress appropriately for the occasion seeps into the fire service mindset, particularly the smaller and volunteer world, making a B uniform into an A has become more important.
The Lighthouse has a plan for this called B + C = A. the operating premise: if you can salute and identify rank, you have ‘taken care of business’.
Fire dept. dress uniforms are making their way into many smaller fie departments across the country and Lighthouse Uniform Company is leading the way.
A generation ago, the Class A Dress Uniform standard was Fechheimer/Flying Cross. That is no longer true.
This generation of emergency service provider is more apt to ask for Lighthouse Signature Line Class A. Why? Fit, service, price, service, service, service.
Fire department Class A Dress Uniforms have moved from ’have to’ to ‘want to’ in the minds of many in the fire service.
Recognizing the importance of group identity is a predictable condition of a world moving towards tribalism and nothing ‘speaks louder’ than a unique way of dressing.
A new crop of Bridge Officers are beginning to purchase dress uniforms as clubs around the country start preparations for opening day of boating season.
A thank you to Ute Pass Regional Ambulance for their Class A Dress Uniform order.
Class A Dress Uniforms, long a staple of the Fire and Law Enforcement Communities, is finding its way back into the pre-hospital care provider world.
VA’s Louisa Fire & EMS chose to take advantage of the Lighthouse Factory Direct Class A Dress Uniform Program. They understood the value of quality vs. having to do some of the work locally and chose quality.
“It is good to see the idea that quality has value in and of itself is still alive and well. A disposable society is not self sustainable”. Steve Cohen, Pres.
Fire Dept. Class A Dress Uniforms have made it to the mountains with the decision of Snowmass Village Fire Department to use the Lighthouse Class A Dress Uniform Solution.
“The value of being able to ‘dress for the occasion’ is reaching all corners of America’s firefighting world. It is a reflection of both tradition and the understanding of it”. Steve Cohen, Pres.
“There is a time for everything under the sun…” and in the EMS world, the time has come for Class A Dress Uniforms.
After weathering the Crash of 2008, the drive to dress up in America’s EMS Community has begun to gain traction.
The folks at Ocala Fire & Rescue have decided to contribute their surplus Class A Dress Uniforms to the Bereavement Uniform Program.
This means Florida’s ‘passing’ firefighters will continue to be able to answer their ‘last alarm’ in a Class A. Thank you Ocala Fire Dept.