Mesa Fire Department hopes to earn around $250,000 from the program that will include two decals on each truck
MESA, Ariz. — A fire department will allow businesses to sponsor messages of health and safety on their fire trucks after losing millions in budget cuts.
ABC15 reported that the Mesa Fire Department will now feature two decals on each of their trucks, and hopes to earn around $250,000 after budget cuts resulted in a loss of around $3.7 million.
"Rather than having to cut into our operational side that can impact our 911 response, we like to be able to create revenue streams that will allow us to work on the education side," Deputy Chief Forrest Smith said. "We're going to be very particular about who we work with.” Read More...