Public invited to fire management demo
News from Montana West Economic Development
KALISPELL — On Saturday, Sept. 7, at mile marker 9 on Highway 35 on the east shore of Flathead Lake, beginning at 11:30 a.m., the newly-formed US division of Fire and Flood Emergency Services is inviting the public to a free demonstration to witness their revolutionary new system of mobile water management in action. This demo will create awareness that there is now a global change-maker with a solution to fight the drastic impacts of fire and flood, with more applications for its use in the making. Their delivery system of moving mass amounts of water will assist public and private agencies in reducing the hazardous effects of Wildland-Urban Interface fires and alleviate the issues with inadequate infrastructure for drainage during emergency flooding.
The demo will be hosted by Fire and Flood Emergency Services US Operations Director, Bryce Muench, who has 20 years of public experience behind him, with many years of that held as a Lieutenant for the Finley Point Fire Department on the East Shore of Flathead Lake. Muench was asked to head up the US Operations by Terry Raymond, President and Owner of Fire and Flood Emergency Services whose headquarters are located in Alberta, Canada. Muench’s passion and enthusiasm for expanding services into the United States with the “mass water” deployment system the Fire and Flood Emergency Services has developed. Bryce Muench is open to interviews before and after the demonstration event. Details of the event, which will include a catered lunch, are in the attached flyer.
Fire and Flood Emergency Services, Canada and USA are a hazard reduction company assisting all public and private agencies around the world. Our patent pending water delivery systems offers our customers the quickest deployment and fastest demobilization of equipment over the harshest terrains and distances. First to market “mass-water” deployments using the best in pumps, hoses, water cannons and manifold technology. We have a proven track record of success that rival any conventional method used today. Questions concerning can be addressed to Fire and Flood Emergency Services US Operations.
Check in takes place between 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. Lunch will be served from noon to 1 p.m. and the presentation will take place from 1-1:15 p.m. There will be a safety meeting from 1:15-1:30 p.m. and a live demonstration at 1:45 p.m.