Attention all units in the field

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I need 3 minutes of your time for a worthy cause.

 

Today about 300 of you will visit this little blog. I need each and every one of you to complete the following steps and we can have an enormous impact on the future of EMS.  This being EMS Week, I figured you’d be up to it.

STEP 1:

Support Setla Films by voting for them to be awarded a $250,000 grant from Chase and Living Social.

1. Go to www.missionsmallbusiness.com and on the bottom right side of the site you click on “Log In & Support“. You can use your facebook credentials to make it easy.

2. type “First Responders Network” as the business

3. click on “California” as the city

4. click on “Benicia” as the City

5. click on VOTE

 

Easy Peasy, you’re almost done.

Now all you need to do is come back here, click on the share buttons to the right and share the link to this post on facebook, twitter and all the other sites you can until the 3 minutes you promised are up.  Fair enough?

The networks don’t think EMS is ready to get back into prime time.  You want to let them win or prove we can’t be kept down? We WILL get a positive EMS message into the homes of every American if we take advantage of these kinds of opportunities!

All Setla Films needs is 250 votes to get nominated.  I say we give him more than he needs to show these folks his mission has a grassroots following!

 

Who’s with me?

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4 thoughts on “Attention all units in the field”

    1. Yeah, not sure what’s up there, there may be a link in here that causes trouble.  Question is, which one?  Thanks for the support.  T-shirt?

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