Yesterday marked the start of the 2016 Aftermath PPE Giveaway. This year, we’ve made some exciting changes to the giveaway, allowing us to share the importance of PPE with first responders nationwide. First, we’ve expanded the contest to include all states. And we’re also giving away more prizes – instead of just 25 PPE Kits and 1 tactical bag, we’re giving away 100 kits and 5 bags in one drawing! That means more chances for you to win!
Last year, we gave away over 125 PPE kits throughout the year, including 25 kits to 15 police departments in 6 Midwest states during our Fall PPE Giveaway. The winners included: (OHIO) Clay Township Police Department; (MICHIGAN) Jackson Police Department; (COLORADO) Commerce City Police Department; (INDIANA) Elkhart City Police Department & Zionsville Police Department; (MINNESOTA) Bayport Police Department, Coon Rapids Police Department, Lake Shore Police Department, Spring Lake Park Police Department, & Willmar Police Department; (WISCONSIN) Cudahy Police Department, Sturtevant Police Department, Tomahawk Police Department, & the Kenosha Sheriff’s Office.
Last but not least, our grand prize, a 5.01 Tactical Bag and PPE kit, went to Lt. Tom Gilley of the Kenosha Sheriff’s Office in Wisconsin.
To enter the 2016 PPE Giveaway, click here and fill out the form. It’s that simple to begin protecting yourself and your department.
The Aftermath PPE Contest is one of many giveaways we sponsor throughout the year. It’s also one of the ways we show appreciation for the hard work performed by first responders, in the communities where we live and work. Keep an eye out for announcements about our other contests, including the 2016 Annual Scholarship Contest, beginning this April. In the meantime, stay up to date with all the events at Aftermath and learn more about biohazard cleanup by joining in the conversation on Facebook or Twitter.
Aftermath not only cleans homes and businesses; we service all areas where biohazards can occur, including police cruisers, jail cells and public and government facilities. As a community partner, we also provide education and training resources on the dangers of bioremediation. For more information on the risks of blood cleanup and what you can do to protect yourself, call Aftermath Services at 877-872-4339.