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Good move by the Fire Sprinkler Initiative, we had a similiar experience in Illinois with the Illinois Municipal League conference, we made a special point of asking the mayors,trustees, and aldermen in attendance to bring the info distributed ( interestingly it was HFSC and NFPA fire spinkler initiative info) back to their own fire chief whom we referenced by name, and that broke the ice for extended conversations. Congrats, keep up the good work,grass roots = success! tom lia NIFSAB

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