Tennessee Fire Marshal Honors Four Departments

The Tennessee State Fire Marshal's Office has recognized four fire departments in the state that collectively installed more than 400 smoke alarms in their communities as part of the SFMO's "100 for 100" initiative.

The Tennessee State Fire Marshal's Office has recognized four fire departments in the state that collectively installed more than 400 smoke alarms in their communities as part of the SFMO's "100 for 100" initiative. Launched in 2015, the campaign commemorates SFMO's 100th anniversary by challenging fire service organizations to install at least 100 free smoke alarms in one day.

"Each alarm installed as part of this effort has potential to save lives," said Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance Deputy Commissioner Gary West this week. “We're proud of the dedication of the participating organizations and grateful for the support of legislators. These partnerships continue to have a positive impact on the safety of our state's citizens."

An awards presentation tour was conducted to honor the participating departments: Franklin Fire Department, 126 alarms; Maury County FD, 80 alarms; Mount Pleasant FD, 109 alarms; and Lawrenceburg FD, 102 alarms. The alarms utilized in "100 for 100" events are provided through SFMO's Get Alarmed program; that program has distributed more than 133,000 free smoke alarms to 479 partnering organizations for installation in high-risk homes.

Tennesseans can use SFMO's online alarm form to request a free smoke alarm.

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