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Oct 12 2019 - A big Thank you to Jet Hall for great expo event for women. We enjoyed being part of this fun time with our table & meeting so many wonderful ladies!
Kumquat Festival 2019
Dade City Chamber of Commerce
Jan 26 2019- A big Thank You to Larry Guilford of "The Make a Difference" foundation who allowed Red White Blue CPR to set up a table next to theirs to participate in the annual Kumquat Festival promoted by the Dade City Chamber of Commerce! Great weather, food, fun, & people! We gave away lots of promo items & met many fun families! Looking forward to next years event. "Saving Lives" - Everyone Stay Safe!- Red White Blue CPR
PigZ N Zhills BBQ & Blues Festival
Zephyrhills Free Press
Jan 19 2016- Check out our vendor table at yearly Pigz N Zhills BBQ & Blues Festival! It was great weather, food, and fun! Red White Blue CPR gives a big Thank You & Shout out to Zephyrhills Chamber of Commerce for allowing us to participate & give away free items. Look forward to next year :)
Restaurant Staff Save a Life!
Dade City Chamber of Commerce Newsletter - October 2018 Edition - by Aprile Snyder, Contributor
In the Zephyrhills Free Press Issue dated 9/06/2018 is a true story of a couple that just moved here a few months ago, the husband got a new job in the kitchen at Sunrise Eatery Restaurant, then disaster struck on Aug. 29th, 2018. The wife drove him to work that morning and he did not feel well but they assumed it was just a stomach bug. Later that day, the man collapsed and was unresponsive. While management was calling 911, two employees from the Sunrise staff started CPR in an attempt to revive the man. When the paramedics arrived, they shocked him back to life. The wife got a call from Florida Hospital Zephyrhills that he was in the hospital from a heart attack. By the time the wife arrived at the hospital the doctors had completed surgery with two stents placed in his heart. The wife was so overwhelmed with how well the staff, whom they have only known for a month, jumped into action and did all they could to save his life quickly. The family received many restaurant staff visitations in the hospital and the man is out of ICU & expected to recover.
Way to go to the restaurant employees who knew CPR! For full story & sources: email us for a pdf version.
Red White Blue CPR in the News!
Tampa Bay Times-by Jean Hamilton Staff Writer-
Pasco Business Digest section
Writer Published: March 26, 2018
Red White Blue CPR, a training company serving Pasco, Hillsborough, Orange, Osceola, Pinellas, Polk, Manatee, Sumter and Hernando counties, is located at 37837 Meridian Ave., Suite 309, Dade City. The company participates in Pasco Economic Development Council’s SMARTstart program. They offer CPR, First Aid, Automated External Defibrillator, Bloodborne Pathogens, & Basic Life Support training at their Dade City classroom & also offers mobile training at your location. For information, visit redwhitebluecpr.com or call (813) 453-3692.
Safety First for Zephyrhills!
May 30,2018 Publication in The Laker East Pasco Edition by Rachel Nelson. Laker Staff
The Red Cross "Sound the Alarm" campaign partnered with Pasco Fire Rescue with 32 volunteers installed 65 FREE smoke alarms & helped 45 families make fire escape plans.
Red White Blue CPR Instructor- Aprile Snyder is pictured as she participated as a volunteer. Way to go!