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  • achief15
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    Voyager, Put the banner on the side of the truck and park it out front. If you have a piece of reserve equipment, put the banner on it and take it to the local shopping center. Mobile signs may not be subject to the strict regulations. Just a thought.

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  • DeputyMarshal
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    I guess "Free Beer" is no longer politically correct at (most) vollie stations...

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  • fireman4949
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    "Help save a life...Volunteer!"

    "We're there when you need us...Now we need you. Volunteer!"

    "Get off your lazy *** and volunteer!"

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  • fireman4949
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    "Answer the call...Volunteer today!"

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  • shenry32
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    These are good ideas, I think I might try to swing the sign out front. Depends on codes and cost.

    How about "Help us, Help your neighbor"

    Cheers,
    Scott
    Dayton, OH

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  • doughesson
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    [QUOTE=FTMPTB15]"Volnteer. We need U."
    Cheesy I know... all I could think of right now.
    QUOTE]

    How about "Vol ntee - What's Missing? U-R"

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  • voyager9
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    The township forced us to take our banners down after I put them up outside the station. They have an ordinance that says other then "Grand opening", the only other signs allowed are the 18x24 yard signs and those can only be put up 30-days prior to an event. Quite a pain in the arse since our station doesn't have a fixed lit sign to use for recruitment. The problem with yard-signs is that this time of year they are everywhere and ours get lost in the "noise". In addition they're small and unreadable unless the car is stopped at the intersection.

    For slogans we're using:
    "What did you do last night.. Volunteer today"
    "Volunteers wanted"

    a nearby department has
    "Neighbors helping Neighbors, Volunteer today"-or something similar.

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  • fireman4949
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    "What if it was your house?...Volunteers needed!"




    Kevin

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  • DFDMAXX
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    God created the fire service to train the faithful. One cannot go against the word of god. ( ok, way over the top, but it amused me. )

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  • backsteprescue
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    From the Bethesda Chevy-Chase Rescue Squad, Bethesda, MD.


    Volunteer..................the experience of a lifetime.

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  • achief15
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    Good ideas for slogans. We have used a lighted outdoor sign for several years, but without the results I had hoped for. I'm gonna try to be a little shameless too and grab some of your slogans as well. We have gotten some response from 2 color banners we had printed up with the flag in the background and the previously mentioned "Protect Your Dreams... Volunteer" along with the dept name and number. I like the banners because we put them on different fences, buildings and even on the reserve apparatus parked at different locations. Hope other clever recruiters will share their slogans with us too.

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  • firetoole
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    how about

    if you vollnteer...
    we might let you drive our truck

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  • FTMPTB15
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    "Volnteer. We need U."
    Cheesy I know... all I could think of right now.




    **Edit: A couple more I came across (these I did not make up!!):
    "Our family helping yours -- whatever it takes."
    From the NVFC: "What if no one answered the call?"
    "Take action... Volunteer."
    "Not Volunteering is hazardous to your health!"
    "What have you done for your community today?"
    "Still making house calls since ______" (enter founding date of department in the blank)
    Last edited by FTMPTB15; 09-23-2006, 02:59 PM. Reason: found some others

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  • CaptOldTimer
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    Open 24 hours - We never close!





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  • twjanik69
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    Station message signage

    Right now the fire deptments that I'm with aren't allowed to put out signs in front of the station, even for special events at the station. My dad is on a volunteer department and always puttering around with woodworking. He made a four by eight foot double sided unlighted display sign that the letters can be changed on for his station for about a hundred dollars, and got the letters donated by a local business who got rid of their old display sign in front of that business. The sign also fire logos that he cut out and painted to add catchiness to the sign that attach to it. He so far has smokey bear, a ff, and fall scene of leaves/color tour time. They really add to the messages he puts out there in front of the station.

    "Remember that fire safety starts with you. The easiest fire for a department to put out is the one that got prevented."
    Last edited by twjanik69; 09-15-2006, 12:45 PM.

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