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Coweta Fire-Rescue Chief Invited To National Think Tank

Chief WIlson

One week from today, the sixth Fire-Rescue Wingspread Conference is slated to begin (July 18-20, 2016) at the historic Johnson Foundation Campus in Racine, Wisconsin.

“A total of 40 leaders from all walks of the American fire-rescue service community have been summoned to the shores of Lake Michigan to help forecast and shape the issues of “National Significance to solving the fire problem in the United States…” Chief Alan Brunacini, Chairman, 2016 Wingspread Conference

In February 1966, the Johnson Wax Foundation first called 10 of the nation’s fire service leaders to the world famous Wingspread Conference Center in Racine, Wisconsin. The purpose of gathering the leaders was simple: The Johnson Wax Foundation wanted to produce a useful document that described the “Statement of Critical Issues to The Fire and Emergency Services in the United States.”

“To be invited to this event is a great honor as it will set forth important guidelines for the fire-safety community across our country.” Chief Pat Wilson – Coweta County Fire-Rescue

 

 

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Tom Corker
Communications Manager
Risk Management
Coweta County Georgia
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