The Aussie Fire Captain has been widely used by the RFS, National Parks and farmers and homeowners over the last 20 years.
Aussie Pumps are already seeing a great interest in their competition for RFS Brigades to win an Aussie Fire Captain firefighting pump.
Entries are open to all NSW rural fire brigade volunteers. They are encouraged to apply and simply tell what motivates them to join their local brigade and take time out of their day to serve their community while putting themselves at risk.
Some of the responses so far have been from not only local brigade Glenorie, but also the Mid Coast, Central coast and as far south as Table Top near Albury.
“I am frequently astounded by the dedication, support and generosity of my fellow members. This dedication to members and community motivates me as a volunteer. The RFS is like a second family, providing ongoing support and training as we strive to better ourselves and each other as a team”, says Jodie from Mudgee HQ.
Sean from Wards River says, “Having been an RFS member for two years, I have become more involved as a trainer at brigade and district level.
I am motivated in this role by encouragement from my Brigade Captain and the positive feedback from brigade members, new and old. I also get great motivation from knowing how important our service is to the community”.
These inspiring entries make Aussie Pumps proud that they are able to give back to the community. The competition has been extended to the 30th June. Entries can now be received online through aussiepumps.com.au.
For further information, Brigades can contact Helen Mahoney on 02 8865 3500 aussiepumps.com.au
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