In Partnership with the National Volunteer Fire Council, Ballistic Donates One Million Dollars’ Worth of Smartphone Cases to Volunteer Firefighters Across the Country


This holiday join Ballistic in saying “Thanks a Million” by nominating your local volunteer firefighters to receive free protective smartphone cases

To help protect the devices of those who protect us, visit Facebook.com/BallisticCases to share your story or leave a simple thank you message to these brave men and women

Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. – Nearly 70% of all firefighters are volunteers. These courageous firefighters and their stations play a critical role in keeping our communities safe. In celebration of their bravery, sacrifice and dedication, this holiday season Ballistic Cases would like to say “Thanks a Million.” In partnership with the National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC), the Ballistic Case Company is pleased to donate over one million dollars’ worth of protective smartphone cases to volunteers throughout the country. Volunteer firefighters can sign up to receive free cases at Facebook.com/BallisticCases. There, you can also do your part to say “Thanks a Million” by nominating a local volunteer firefighter and their station, sharing your story, or by simply leaving a thank you message.

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In recent years call volumes have tripled, putting a strain on already limited resources and making these brave volunteer firefighters work harder than ever. Smartphones have become an important tool in the firefighter toolbox; and having a case that ensures these phones are protected is Ballistic’s way of saying thanks to these everyday heroes. Twenty years of real world use by firefighters, policemen, EMTs and other first responders has shaped Ballistic’s legacy and resulted in the Six-Sided Drop Protection technology found in Ballistic cases today.

To join in saying “Thanks a Million,” visit Ballistic on Facebook and nominate your local station, share a story, or simply leave a thank you message. Ballistic will donate cases (HC, SG or SG Maxx) to nominees throughout the holidays. Volunteer firefighters and stations can also sign up to receive a case directly at Facebook.com/BallisticCases.

“Doing the right thing is something that has driven my team for 20 years,” said Hank Goradesky, CEO, Ballistic. “These loyal volunteers wake up every morning and truly demonstrate what ‘doing the right thing’ is all about. We are honored to work with the NVFC to help support these real-life heroes. With “Thanks a Million” we invite everyone to show their thanks to the men, women, husbands, wives, co-workers, neighbors and friends that keep our communities safe.”  

"The NVFC is pleased to partner with Ballistic to provide free smartphone cases to volunteer firefighters," said NVFC Chairman Philip C. Stittleburg. "This is a great example of a company giving back by supporting the volunteers who protect our nation's communities. I encourage the public to participate by nominating local volunteers to receive these cases. The demands of the job can put a lot of stress on a firefighter's phone, and the Ballistic cases can help protect this essential communications tool."

For more information on “Thanks a Million” and how you can join in celebrating these brave volunteers, visit Facebook.com/BallisticCases or contact PR representative Kristen Bean at kristenbean@maxborgesagency.com or 305-374-4404 x123.

About NVFC:
The National Volunteer Fire Council (NVFC) is the leading nonprofit membership association representing the interests of the volunteer fire, EMS, and rescue services. The NVFC serves as the voice of the volunteer in the national arena and provides invaluable tools, resources, programs, and advocacy for first responders across the nation. Learn more at www.nvfc.org.

About Ballistic® Case Company
Ballistic’s philosophy is simple: Engineered Protection. Our dedicated team of engineers is passionate about one thing:  perfecting protection. Through innovative design, durable materials, and 20+ years of experience, Ballistic delivers protective solutions for every lifestyle.

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