Tuesday, April 10, 2012

Congratulations To Our Newest Win A Toughbook Winner!

HopeHose Humane Co. #1 in Bordentown, NJ was recently presented with a refurbished Panasonic Toughbook CF-19.  The receipt of this Toughbook was through a need-based program offered on a quarterly basis by Bob Johnson’s Computer Stuff in Smyrna, DE.

Chief Pete Sedor submitted a short essay expressing the need of a Toughbook for his department.  Hope Hose Humane Co. #1 was determined as the recipient for this quarter based on the fact that they are a volunteer department that is funded primarily through donations and a yearly allotment from the city of Bordentown These funds are utilized for mandatory purchases such as training, maintenance, and yearly testing of equipment, leaving them little available for additional items to better serve their community.
The addition of this Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 will have a significant impact on their department and their service to the community.  The computer can be utilized to store all of the building preplans and emergency contact information that is necessary to have on hand during an emergency response.  At Hope Hose Humane Co. #1, this information is currently being stored in bulky binders that are taking up valuable space in the cabs of their emergency vehicles.  According to Chief Pete Sedor, “A Toughbook would immensely help with space, organization and expansion of valuable information needed at emergency scenes.”

Upon learning that his department had been determined as the award recipient, Chief Pete Sedor expressed his gratitude for, “providing Hope Hose Humane Co. #1 and emergency services everywhere the valuable opportunity to receive equipment and technology to help better serve our communities.”  Per Jodi Quick, Toughbook Sales Manager at Bob Johnson’s Computer Stuff, “This need-based Panasonic Toughbook award program is open to all police, fire, and EMS departments in the U.S.  We look forward to helping other departments better serve their communities.”  For further information on this program, please contact us via email.

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