Fire Prevention Week could mean free pizza to Snoqualmie customers

Domino’s Pizza in Snoqualmie and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) are teaming up with the Snoqualmie Fire Department to promote fire safety during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8 to 14.

From 6 to 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 9 and Thursday, Oct. 12, anyone who orders a Domino’s pizza may be randomly selected and surprised at the door when their pizza arrives aboard a fire engine. If the smoke alarms in the home are working, the pizza is free. If the smoke alarms are not working, the firefighters will install fully functioning alarms or replace the batteries.

“Fire safety is extremely important,” said Pat Farmer, Snoqualmie Domino’s franchise owner. “We’re excited to partner with the NFPA and the Snoqualmie Fire Department for a program that not only promotes the safety of our friends and neighbors, but rewards those who make fire safety a priority.”

This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign theme is “Every Second Counts: Plan Two Ways Out.”

“Today’s home fires burn faster than ever,” said Mark Correira, Snoqualmie Fire Chief. “From the time the smoke alarm sounds, you may have less than two minutes to escape a home fire safely. That’s why this year’s campaign theme is so important – having an escape plan as well as fully functioning smoke alarms are essential to safely escaping a home fire.”

Customers can call Domino’s in Snoqualmie at 425-888-1676 to place their order and be eligible for the fire engine delivery.

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