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FoxFury to showcase LED firefighter lights at Fire Rescue International, Chicago

Published on 13 August 2013
FoxFury’s new SideSlide C-clamp side helmet light, along with Eddy Weiss of Chasing4Life, will also be in the booth
FoxFury will team up with Chasing4Life and 1st Responder Treatment on the Reach For The Light project

FoxFury Lighting Solutions will exhibit its LED fire helmet lights, portable scene lights and right angle firefighter flashlights at Fire Rescue International (FRI) this week in Chicago, IL.

The company's new SideSlide C-clamp side helmet light, along with Eddy Weiss of Chasing4Life, will also be in the FoxFury booth (#1712).

FoxFury has made all-LED, application-specific lights for professional markets since 2003. Several of the company's lights are designed specifically for use in fire, rescue, EMS and hazardous area applications.

FoxFury firefighter lights include LED helmet lights, smoke cutting firefighter flashlights and portable, rechargeable Nomad Area-Spot lights. The following will be among the lights featured in booth #1712:

  • Discover Fire and Tasker S: powerful, compact fire helmet lights (120 lumens)
  • SideSlide C-Clamp: side mounted helmet light and flashlight (200 lumen)
  • BT2: powerful smoke cutting right angle firefighter flashlight (200 lumen)
  • Nomad NOW: rechargeable LED lantern (2,500 lumens)
  • Nomad 360: rechargeable 360 degree LED scene light (7,000 lumens) 

"We're excited to return to FRI. We have a lot of new lights, which allows us to fill more lighting needs in Fire, Rescue and EMS," said Andrea Spencer, VP of Fire, Rescue & EMS Sales for FoxFury.

FoxFury is also proud to announce that it will have Eddy Weiss in its booth at FRI. Eddy Weiss is the Founder and Executive Director of Chasing4Life. He is a former firefighter, a storm chaser, and considered a leading authority on Disaster Preparedness, Strategic Planning, and Disaster Mitigation. He has responded alongside his disaster response team (C4LDRT) to disasters across the US including Joplin, MO and the northeast during Hurricane Sandy. Eddy has used and abused FoxFury lights for four straight years in his work with the C4LDRT.

FoxFury has teamed with Chasing4Life and 1st Responder Treatment on the Reach For The Light project. This project will help educate and assist first responders in dealing with responder stress. Be sure to check out the custom "Reach For The Light" firefighter helmet in either the FoxFury (#1712) or 1st Responder Treatment booth (#2149) booth at FRI.

The FRI Conference runs August 13-17 in Chicago, IL. The exhibit runs August 16-17.

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