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Custom book projects help First Responders and Whole Communities
Proceeds benefit the U.S. First Responders Association
We can add up to 300extra full color glossy pages so anchor partners can personalize books with your own title, logos, marketing data and more. FSC will fill books with advertisements that will pay for bulk book orders, and can share revenue with first responders, nonprofits and others.
For example, FSC will...
Anchor partners can be recognized as the driving force behind each custom book project so they get all the credit and media play if desired.
Nothing is cast in stone and the goal is to generate excitement so advertisers line up year after year to be involved in something so beneficial to the community and something so affordable ~ especially since books and ads stay in front of people year-round helping them save money on day-to-day products and services.
FSC has other incentives available to benefit your project, and the goodwill and branding potentials are limitless. This partnership helps our nation’s first responders, military and veterans, and it empowers families and builds whole community resiliency creating a win-win for everyone involved.
Please call Fedhealth today at 520-907-2153 to plan out a book project for YOUR company, organization, campus and/or community and let’s make a difference together!
Download a free ebook portion of IT'S A DISASTER! ...and what are YOU gonna do about it? and review below to learn how communities can use our customizable products and programs to benefit first responders.
(Note: 59-pg PDF is part of the 266-pg book so you can see contents, layout, etc. Also download the below ideas in PDF)
Fedhealth and Fedhealth Services Corp can help companies and organizations coordinate community wide bulk custom book projects to benefit your group, local first responder agencies, and the public.
Our 266-page IT’S A DISASTER! book provides quick-reference instructional bullets in 2-color format with tips on what people should think about and do before, during and after specific types of emergencies and disasters, as well as how to administer basic first aid.