Wednesday night, having a working fire alarm may get you a free pizza.
Albemarle County Fire & Rescue has teamed up with Domino's Pizza for the fourth time in honor of National Fire Prevention Week. The goal of Wednesday night's event is to promote the importance of smoke detectors.
"This initiative is when Domino's gets an order tonight, the Domino's on Seminole Trail, when they get an order tonight, there's a chance that a fire fighter or someone from the fire service will be with that delivery driver and if the person will allow us we'll check their smoke detectors and if they work, they will be eligible for a free pizza on their next delivery," said Albemarle County Fire Marshal Howard Lagomarsino.
If your smoke detector is not working, Albemarle County Fire & Rescue will either replace the batteries or provide a free smoke detector on the spot. Firefighters will be accompanying delivery drivers until 7:00 Wednesday night.
Wednesday, May 22 2013 7:36 PM EDT2013-05-22 23:36:22 GMT
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