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Around 9:30 in the morning on March 12, 2017, firefighters with Snohomish County Fire District in Seattle Washington, along with the local 1-800-BOARDUP crew were called to a massive four-plex […]

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As the National Marketing Director at the home office, I am frequently asked: What makes 1-800-BOARDUP so different from other board up businesses? The answer is that we consistently and […]

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1-800-BOARDUP donations will be directed to NFFF programs that honor fallen firefighter heroes, assist their survivors and help prevent future line-of-duty deaths and injuries. Each October the NFFF hosts the […]

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In the early morning hours of February 9, 2017, Dale Luett, the West Sound area Director of Emergency Services for 1-800-BOARDUP, arrived with his crew at a hotel fire in […]

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1-800-BOARDUP NETWORK TO HONOR AND REMEMBER AMERICA’S FALLEN FIRE HEROES THROUGH CONTRIBUTIONS TO SUPPORT THE FAMILIES OF FIREFIGHTERS WHO HAVE DIED IN THE LINE OF DUTY JACKSONVILLE BEACH, FL (February […]

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The Home Office is excited to release a useful and informative public commercial explaining 1-800-BOARDUP services to victims of disasters. This is just one example of how your dollars from the […]

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Last Friday, we became aware of a law that was passed in Ohio, that seems to have been created by lobbyists to benefit their client, SecureView. There are several problems […]

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Lowe’s, the American Red Cross and 1-800-Board Up will be helping with the food and with distributing fire safety information with the fire department. READ MORE

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City firefighters knocked down a Grand Street garage fire early Wednesday afternoon that heavily damaged the structure that sits a foot from a Pentecostal church. One wall of the building, […]

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Eleven families have been displaced as a result of fire in Tullahoma. The American Red Cross and 1-800-BOARDUP helped by providing support for the firefighters and temporary accommodations for the […]

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