Congratulations to the Manchester Fire Department

manchester fireThe Tennessee State Fire Marshal’s Office (SFMO) proudly announces that the 10 Tennessee fire departments chosen for the inaugural “100 For 100” smoke-alarm installation challenge on Oct. 10., 2015 exceeded the event’s goals and set the stage for other “100 For 100” events before year’s end.
Fire departments went the extra mile and installed 1,116 smoke alarms during the event.
“I congratulate all our fire prevention partners for demonstrating during the ‘100 For 100’ event their commitment to helping make Tennessee a safer place,” said State Fire Marshal and Tennessee Department of Commerce & Insurance Commissioner Julie Mix McPeak.
Results of the inaugural “100 For 100” event are as follows:
Paris Fire Department (FD): 141 alarms
Madison County FD: 123 alarms
Manchester FD: 119 alarms
Mt. Pleasant FD: 109 alarms
South Greene FD: 108 alarms
Cookeville FD: 107 alarms
Ripley FD: 105 alarms
Cocke County FD: 102 alarms
Pigeon Forge FD: 102 alarms
Memphis FD: 100 alarms
Total: 1,116 alarms installed