Below are the winners of the giveaway for the 11th Day of Christmas in the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway hosted by The Fire Critic and IronFiremen.com. You can still enter if you have not yet (Enter here).
Here are today’s winners:
Steven Price – Box Alarm Leather – Fully custom carved and painted helmet shield
Cesar Leos – 2nd Alarm Fire Equipment – Boston Leather glove strap
Jon Knepp – NM Coin – Fire Critic/Iron Firemen coin and patch
James Lerch – CommandSim’s Sims U Share – Windows or MAC. Training technology aimed to help instructors rapidly create realistic, localized experiences they can use to train on and discuss.
More on these prizes and companies:
Box Alarm Leather
“Box Alarm Leather specializes in handcrafted custom leather gear and accessories for Fire, Rescue and EMS professionals. We start with the highest quality raw materials and thorough preparation. Knowing “the job”, Box Alarm Leather custom products are made ensuring that the pride and tradition of the fire service is sewn into every piece.”
2nd Alarm Fire Equipment
Giving Away: (5) Boston Leather glove holders, and (1) Boston Leather radio Strap
Our goal is to be the best source for any and all Fire, Police and EMS Equipment needs. We continue to gain distribution rights for the best quality Fire, Police, and EMS Equipment in the industry. We strive to have the BEST customer service in the industry with all of our current and future customers by offering them the best Fire, Police and EMS Equipment products at great prices supported by continuous service after the sale, as well as providing FREE quotes and Consultation.
We not only build the highest quality challenge coins, embroidered patches, badges and more, we build tradition. From start to finish we’ve been creating items for top agencies in the US. Give us a call today to get the NM Coin difference for your organization.
Command Sim – SimsUShare App
Giving away: CommandSim’s Sims U Share Windows or MAC, a $35.00 value. (12 winners)
SimsUShare is a new, patent-pending technology aimed to help instructors and students connect better in the classroom by enabling them to rapidly create realistic, localized experiences they can use to train on and discuss. Check out this article about the technology
The CommandSim team is made up of individuals with strong backgrounds in Emergency Response, Emergency Management,
and simulation technology.