Fire Service Industry News: Koch Companies Support Volunteer Firefighters, Emergency Responders

Koch companies, including Flint Hills Resources, Georgia-Pacific, INVISTA and Koch Pipeline Company, plan to contribute a total of nearly $300,000 in 2013 to volunteer fire departments and local emergency responders in communities where the companies operate.The grants are earmarked for equipment and training for these organizations that provide critical services to keep communities safe. "Their service to America's small towns and rural communities -- many of which are home to a Koch company – is vital. They play an important role in keeping their communities safe and we are proud to offer our thanks and support in return." According to the National Fire Protection Associatio...

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