LANDING, N.J. (November 16, 2017) – Atlantic City Electric’s Emergency
Services Partnership Program recently donated much needed fire safety alarms to
fire marshals in each of the eight counties the company serves. This is the 17th year Atlantic City Electric has donated these important
“Atlantic City Electric’s Emergency Services Partnership
Program has worked with New Jersey public safety agencies to raise fire safety
awareness and empower residents to embrace proper fire safety practices,” said
Vince Maione, Atlantic City Electric region president. “We are once again proud
to step up and provide these much-needed devices that help ensure the safety of
local residents and more importantly, save lives.”
Fire marshals in the following
counties received 3,200 10-year
long-life fire safety alarms and will
be distributing the devices to residents in need: Atlantic, Burlington, Camden,
Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Ocean and Salem.
Lowe’s Home Improvement Warehouse provided the alarms to
Atlantic City Electric at a reduced cost to help support this safety effort. Since
2000, Atlantic City Electric has donated 35,020 smoke alarms to fire safety officials
in southern New Jersey.
The Atlantic City Electric Emergency
Services Partnership Program was developed in 2000 with area first responder
organizations, whose personnel work alongside Atlantic City Electric employees
during storms and other emergencies. The program helps the group coordinate
training, share best practices and even coordinate participation
in charitable giving and volunteer activities.
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