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Apply for Rescue Tool Package Grant

ASHIPPUN, Wis.--The Department of Homeland Security's CEDAP, Commercial Equipment Direct Assistance Program, will put TNT Rescue Tools into the hands of first responders, helping them save more lives. The TNT Rescue Tool package selected by CEDAP includes a 6.5 horse power Simo Power Unit, Cutter, 28" Spreader, 3 Rams (30", 40" and 50") and accessory kit, plus two 30' hoses. Training is also included with the tool package and TNT offers a lifetime warranty on these products. 

"We are proud to have the opportunity to work with CEDAP to provide quality U.S.A. made rescue tools to emergency responders," stated Tom Blanton, President, TNT Rescue Systems. "Simply stated we will be there for these first responders with lifetime warranties and fast response with local support and service," continued Blanton.

The U.S. Department of Homeland Security grants will help meet the rescue equipment needs of smaller jurisdictions. CEDAP applications will be accepted from May 19 through June 19, 2008, with grants being awarded in September 2008.

TNT Rescue is committed to providing exceptional customer service, offering products that are 100% made in the U.S.A., exceeding the industry standards in safety, and feature comprehensive lifetime warranties. TNT's National Dealer Network provides customers fast response with local training and dedicated technical service. TNT Rescue tools are NFPA 1936 compliant, UL classified, and ISO 9001-2000 certified. 

For more information about CEDAP and grant application information, please visit the  Responder Knowledge Base (RKB) at  www.rkb.us  or contact the Centralized Scheduling and Information Desk at 1-800-368-6498 or  askcsid@dhs.gov



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