07/23/09 427 W - + 9 - 6 Fire Expo Exhibit Hall Report

Boats. Ladders. Dash lights. Artwork. Burn centers. Architects. Scheduling software. Laptops. Lime yellow Seagrave pumper. Flooring. Hydraulic rescue tools. Tee shirts. Jewelry. Patches, my God, the patches. Boots. Shoes. Hoods ‘n’ gloves. Rescue saws. Rescue vacuums (!). Fire Apparatus Journal, the great. Yellow-orange Pierce pumper. Nozzles. Books. Radio head sets. Magazines. Deluge guns. Insurance. Marketing. Ropes. Fire department management software. Irons. Gauges. Animatronics. Hand lights. Die-cast models. Helmets. CO poisoning detection systems.

Chevrons everywhere. Watertight cases. Pocket CPR coaches. Alert devices for hearing impaired. Light bars. More tee shirts. Some Firegeezers with a blog. Gas detectors. Stretchers. FEMA. GIS systems. Vertical rescue systems. Exhaust removal systems. Manifolds. Military universities. Industrial strength sponges. Fundraising services. Radio straps. Hose carts. Jump bags. Training buildings. Mobile data terminals. Turnout gear. Pages. Foot massage. Jump seats. FireNews, some web site from North Carolina. Cardiac monitors. Fire simulation software. Accountability systems. Forcible entry training. Handheld computers.

Ornaments. Helmet lights. Traffic safety equipment. Thermal imagers. One beautiful 1970 Miller Meteor Cadillac ambulance. Defibrillators. Big, lime, Spartan rescue. Sport-utility vehicle cabinets. Light ropes. National Fallen Firefighters Foundation. Race cars. Racing fuel. Mobile phone networks. Mobile command centers. Vests. Professional associations. SCBA emergency filters. Low-frequency acu-therapy. Vehicle-mounted forklifts. Brush trucks. Light towers. Smoke fans. Big, red KME aerial tower. Mobile command centers. Tillers, ladders, and platforms, oh my. Decon tents. Gear racks. Sirens. Air bags. Portable road signs.

Baltimore Fire Department, the host agency. Fire videos. Mobile video solutions. Haz-mat software. Reels for electric cords. Presentation axes. Arson investigation tools. Religious firefighter associations. Flags. Miracle absorbent clothes. Consultants. Propane safety. Two-wheeled upright personal transportation vehicles. Quite a few, um, booth babes. Fire station alert systems and a big honkin’ tractor-trailer demo area. Fabrics. Streaming technology. Antique fire apparatus associations. Rescue tape. Fitness equipment. Cancer support networks. Foam. Sculpture. Lots of really big guys. Pumps. Billing software.

Alternators. Furniture. Lock boxes. Still more tee shirts. Text books. Harnesses and escape belts. Lockers. Hose. Revenue management software. Air bottles. Hose testing. Ladder testing. Magnetic door chocks. RIT bags. Air-inflated costumes. Vacations. Uniforms. Leather goods. Disaster management systems. Computer-based learning. Cascade systems. Eye protection. Fire suppression systems. Advertising. Plaques. Decals. Custom stickers. One mean-looking Snozzle. Rafts. Air masks. Rescue coats. Intercom systems. Hose racks. Publishers. Great accents overheard. Trophies. Inventory software. Reflective tape. Web sites. Accountability software. Colleges. Gutter protectors. Apparatus backing aids. Builders. Brewing companies. Fire education aids. Radiological and nuclear testing sites. Materials testing. Helmet shields. Fire safety trailers. Jacks. Jesus statues. Rappelling demo areas. And a whole lotta chrome.

I’m sure I’ll go into an epileptic fit from all of the LED lights flashing…ETA 90 minutes.
Silver - 07/24/09 - 09:33

It’s pretty bad… he has all that listed, and has to take typing breaks to rest his fingers… Kind of like that asthmatic who has to keep taking breaths…
CJS (Email) - 07/24/09 - 13:10


Keep up the good work,

Anyway, thanks for the post
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