Twitchell Technical Products Treats First Responders to Holiday Dinner
DOTHAN, Alabama, December 21, 2020: While it’s usually all-business around the Wiregrass Public Safety Center, first responders were treated to a little Christmas cheer thanks to a local company. First responders, including law enforcement, firefighters, EMTs and their families, enjoyed a socially distanced Christmas meal compliments of Twitchell.
“Twitchell values and appreciates all that Dothan’s Fire and Police do for businesses and individuals, and the protection they offer,” says Paul Cleary, Twitchell Technical Products, CEO. “We wanted a way to thank them for all the training, hard work, long hours and sacrifices they make every day,” he adds.
The Wiregrass Public Safety Center is poised to have a dynamic, impactful, and socially distanced 2021. With free programs offered to the public, like the Women’s Safety Initiative, a firearms course and a career academy for kids, coordinators look forward to promoting a safer Wiregrass moving forward. For more information on these programs, visit safewiregrass.org.
“The dinner was fantastic. The first responders and their families were grateful to Twitchell and their entire team for the support and recognition of the services that are provided daily to the citizens of the Wiregrass.” said Jason Wright, WPSC Executive Coordinator. About 50 folks enjoyed dinner according to Wright.
Since 1922, Twitchell Technical Products, LLC has represented quality in yarns and fabrics across a multitude of industries. Today, they have grown into a multi-national manufacturer of some of the world’s most innovative fibers, textiles and coatings. Located in Dothan, their broad product spectrum ranges from outdoor furniture fabric to exterior shading and everything in between.
About Wiregrass Public Safety Center
The Wiregrass Public Safety Center is a national model for improving the readiness and effectiveness of first responders and the safety education of the general public. The center’s many resources provide law enforcement officers, firefighters and EMTs an unmatched ability to prepare for the rising complexity of today’s emergency situations. In addition, a strong commitment to the community amplifies its impact through instruction and training opportunities for volunteer responders and other residents. The center is funded by a partnership of public and private institutions including the Wiregrass Foundation, City of Dothan and Houston County. For more information, visit safewiregrass.org.