Cold Water Challenge Face-off: Final round
Which one do you think completed the challenge first?
The tie breaker has been resolved and NFPA's Lorraine Carli now has a contestant to face for the championship.
Chief Dennis Rubin, a frequent and regular contributing author to FireRescue1 and Fire Chief, beat out Chief Ronald J. Siarnicki with a total of 61 votes versus his 46 votes.
For those new to the game, the face-off challenge is simple: vote for who you think took the challenge first; we’ll reveal the true order after the bracket is complete.
Our mission is also simple: give firefighters a reason to have a bit of fun and keep the challenge alive — and the associated donations made to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.
Cast your vote below on which fire service leader you think completed the challenge first. At the end of the game, contest winners will be randomly selected and will receive a FireRescue1 T-shirt and challenge coin as a prize.
Chief Dennis Rubin has served as a company officer, command level officer, and fire chief in several major cities including Dothan, Ala., Norfolk, Va., and Atlanta. He's also a frequent and regular contributing author to FireRescue1 and Fire Chief.
Lorraine Carli has been the face and voice of the National Fire Protection Association since 2006 as its vice president of communications; she now serves as its vice president of outreach and advocacy. Prior to joining NFPA, Carli was a public relations consultant working with health care, medical technology, government, and non-profit organizations.
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