Book sales also benefit families of Firefighters and Paramedics killed in the line of duty
At the upcoming Horry County (SC) School Board meeting, on the agenda is County Fireman and Paramedic David Elliott. He wrote and self-published among the very first books ever to document the history of emergency medical services. He hopes to inspire teens to consider a career in the fire service or in EMS. In order to influence this, he has chosen to donate a copy of his book to every high school and specialty institution in the Horry County School System. Mr. Elliott was 14 when he began to gain experience over 20 years ago.
Portions of each book sold benefit the Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the National EMS Memorial.
The book may be purchased with free shipping at www.bluerampublishing.com If youâ€™re interested in purchasing an autographed copy for your local school, library, fire station or rescue squad you may do so at a reduced cost by contacting the author directly.
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