EMS is back in Class A Dress Uniform acquisition mode

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.

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The Lighthouse Factory Direct Class A Dress Uniform Program makes dress uniforms affordable.

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.

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Lighthouse’s Fire Dept. Class A Dress Uniforms found their way to Snowmass Co.

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.

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Class A Dress Uniforms are making a resurgence in the EMS world.

“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.

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The Bereavement Uniform Program finds help in Florida.

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.

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A recent phone conversation with Florida Fire Chief Association Director gives cause for excitement.

Ray Colburn, Executive Director of the Florida Fire Chiefs Association in a recent phone conversation made it clear that the FFCA is interested in helping make the Bereavement Uniform Program available to members of the Florida Firefighting Community.

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Fire dept. Class A Dress Uniform programs needs management.

Fire dept. Class A Dress Uniforms without leadership tend to flounder and often end up without continuity.

Dress uniform programs, a tiny part of a firefighter’s day, can cost hundreds if not thousands of dollars in redos if neglected.  that is why the Lighthouse Class A Dress Uniform Solution is ideal for most fire departments.

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Fire dept. Class A dress Uniforms are the engine that drives Lighthouse Uniform Company.

Fire dept. Class A Dress Uniforms are a tiny piece of most stores business. Dress uniforms are complicated, have numerous moving parts and many places for problems.   For that reason, most stores shy away from the dress uniform business.

The Lighthouse Uniform Company both specializes and prides itself on delivering a quality Class A Dress Uniform acquisition experience.

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Call out for fire departments to send in their surplus Class A Dress Uniforms.

Fire departments continuing to donate their surplus Class A Dress Uniforms is the key to the long term success of the Bereavement Uniform Program (BUP).

The BUP is at its moment of reckoning.  If fire departments step up, a new level of social consciousness will begin to take root and the International Association of Fire Chiefs slogan ‘taking care of our own’ will have a lot more meaning.

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The Fire Service is beginning to take ownership of the Bereavement Uniform Program.

Fourteen states have associations that have committed to leading the call for participation from the departments in their states with surplus and unused Class A Dress Uniform to contribute them to the Bereavement Uniform Program.

While it has been a slow, laborious process the fire service is finally picking up the ball and the possibility of every ‘passing’ firefighter be buried in a Class A Dress Uniform is becoming a reality.

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