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Patrick County Emergency Management . . . I would like to see these signs across Patrick County. After the severe weather event of June 29th, 2012, this would have been a great way to let the citizens know where the county had shelters set up across the county. Also to alert the citizens of missing persons, possible weather events, and a way the Fire Departments and Rescue Squads could help raise funds for that department. This is a win win for everyone . . . . __________________________________________________ Steve Allen ~ Emergency Management Coordinator
Patrick County Sheriff . . . . . This concept will greatly improve public safety for fire, law enforcement and emergency medical services in Patrick County . . . . __________________________________________________Sheriff Dan Smith
Kelli . . . . . We have been wanting to obtain more work and expand our customer base, and we were able to do both - plus help our neighboring Fire Department by becoming a Sponsortizer with the C.A.S.P.E.R. System. When we heard about the C.A.S.P.E.R. System, we thought it was a Win-Win-Win for all involved and we are happy to be a part of C.A.S.P.E.R.. It is also very exciting to see our ‘name in lights’ as we pass by that way as we go to the Lake. We look forward to increasing our business and putting our donation dollars to work for us for years to come . . . . . . __________________________________________________ T & E Small Engine ~ Business Sponsortizer
Woolwine Volunteer Fire Department . . . We just wanted to send you this quick note to let you know that we love your C.A.S.P.E.R. LED Display System. We have been getting monthly Donations that we would have not typically gotten. Also, more people have been showing up for our regular fundraising Events, due to that we have gotten more donations. We now even have out-of-town travelers see our Event messages on C.A.S.P.E.R. and they stop in to have some good ole fun. Another thing we’ve noticed is since we have put up messages on C.A.S.P.E.R. that we are looking for new members, our membership has increased. We are a rural fire department and we feel that it is important that at a moment’s notice our County 911 Dispatchers can put up a message notifying our Community of changing situations using the C.A.S.P.E.R. Alert Button, and that takes pressure off of us to know someone is there 24/7 watching our backs. We have taken advantage of this feature on a couple of situations since we have gotten C.A.S.P.E.R. and it has been a blessing. We are very happy that we have C.A.S.P.E.R. in our fire department and Community, and appreciate all of the effort that your 911 C.A.S.P.E.R. Systems' Team has put into perfecting this System. We feel that every Non-Profit can benefit by implementing C.A.S.P.E.R. into their organization for their Community . . . . __________________________________________________Woolwine Volunteer Fire Department
Since I am on the Patrick County Board of Supervisors and also the Captain of the Rescue Squad . . . . When I realized that C.A.S.P.E.R. was a way to get our LED Display we have been wanting, bring in more fundraising, and become a tool for 911 emergencies and warnings, I set up a meeting that night - and we decided to start proceeding with C.A.S.P.E.R. . . . . this will bring about a healthier and more informed community - especially in times of community disturbances . . . __________________________________________________ Crystal Harris ~ Captain of Smith River Rescue Squad
Lyle Birkey, Director of Communications, National Council for Science and the Environment . . . . . "C.A.S.P.E.R. can literally be a lifesaver for whole communities – especially in the rural environments. I love the subtle acronym too – it’s the friendly ghost that you don’t know is there until you absolutely need it, and then it guides you to safety and resources in the most dire of situations." __________________________________________________ Lyle Birkey ~ Nat'l Council for Science & Environment28000