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We at NFPA have given you yet another tool to help stay on top of important sprinkler news and new resources for your advocacy efforts. The Fire Sprinkler Initiative has officially joined Twitter!
If you're on Twitter, please follow us (our handle: @NFPA_FSI ), since we will be regularly tweeting out important tidbits. Add our handle to any of your sprinkler-related tweets to get our attention.
Not on Twitter? Please consider joining. In today's social media-savvy society, staying in the know has never been easier. Speaking from experience, I joined about a year ago (@FredDursoJr ) after taking on the role of communications manager for NFPA's Fire Sprinkler Initiative, and this platform has given me the ability to connect with sprinkler advocates from across the globe. The more connected sprinkler advocates are, the greater ability we have at standing united in support of safer homes across North America.
[Please follow us today. | https://twitter.com/NFPA_FSI]
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