Bill and I are excited to announce we’re doing our first “big” book project filled with ads on behalf of the U.S. First Responders Association thanks to financial support from Jägermeister.
For 20 years Bill and I have been customizing our 266-page preparedness and first aid manual in bulk for government agencies, businesses and groups across North America.
We can now expand books to include pages of full color advertisements in front and back to encourage people to keep the paperback with them to save money on everyday items, as well as things to help them get prepared for emergencies and disasters.
Last fall we were working to launch a USFRA book project for the Florida panhandle … then hurricane Michael devastated the Panama City area and surrounding communities.
We now have chosen the D/FW area as inaugural print since Bill and I are based in east Texas, and we are eager to help fund USFRA and expand USFRA programs and capabilities for first responders and veterans across the nation.
Fedhealth Services Corp will manage and print 20,000 custom USFRA books filled with ads for the Dallas-Fort Worth area this summer. Paperbacks will be delivered FREE to all participating advertisers based on their level of support, and FSC will print and deliver a few thousand extra copies for D/FW area first responder families.
Plus there are ad/sponsor benefits like being listed on USFRA Partners page, use of USFRA’s seal showing support for first responders and military and more.
And FSC will pay 20% referral commissions to volunteers, responders, VOADs, CERTs and others who refer advertisers to us that place ads in books.
If you’d like to discuss ad options or if you have any some contacts you’d like to refer to FSC for 20% commissions, please visit fedhealthsc.com for more information ... and let's make a difference together!
Also download a free 59-page ebook portion of the 266-pg book to see contents, layout, some topics, etc.
All FSC/USFRA book projects benefit the U.S. First Responders Association in support of America’s Fire/EMS, Law Enforcement, active duty Military, and Veterans.