Below are the winners of the giveaway for the 6th Day of Christmas in the 12 Days of Christmas Giveaway. You can still enter if you have not yet (Enter here).
Here are today’s winners:
Gary Freundlich – Smoke is Showing – Brotherhood Print 16×24 plate mounted
Andrew Walker – ESS Eye Protection – ESS Eyepro kit including eye protection sunglasses, hat, shirt, huggie, and stickers
Tim Newton – NM Coin – Fire Critic/Iron Firemen coin and patch
Chris Wuertz – 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:
Smoke is Showing
Giving away: Brotherhood Print 16×24 plate mounted (seen below)
Located in southern Ontario, Canada Mitchell is the photographer behind Smoke is Showing Fire Photography he provides photography for training, live scene, apparatus and traditional firefighter portraits and collages to departments. He also create custom and creative helmet and turn out gear images.
ESS Eye Protection
Giving away: 6 ESS Eyepro kits including glasses, hat, shirt, huggie, and stickers. There are two sets of three different packages (seen below).
Web Site – ESSEyePro.com
Facebook – ESS Eye Pro Fan Page
Twitter – @ESSEyePro
Youtube – ESSEyePro
Also Note: ESS Pro Program is for anyone involved in Public Safety in the US (i.e. Fire and EMS providers). To apply send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name, position, and the name of your department. Once approved you will receive 40% off of ESS sunglasses and eyeshields. The process is quick and easy.
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.