NENA Invites You to Participate in Our New #ThankYou911 Campaign!
Friday, January 15, 2016
Posted by: Chris Nussman
We are excited to
announce a brand new campaign called #ThankYou911, an initiative of NENA’s
Friends of 9-1-1, which provides scholarships, continuing education
opportunities, and wellness programs for America’s 9-1-1 professionals. But
before our new #ThankYou911 website goes live, we’re giving you a chance to get
involved right now!
invites you to say "thanks" to the unsung heroes of public
safety: America's 9-1-1 professionals. Now in the earliest stages of this
campaign, we are inviting you, your family, and your friends to be among the
very first to participate before our new #ThankYou911 website goes live. We
encourage you to go ahead and submit messages and/or photos of appreciation
"thanks" by writing a message! Tell us in your own words why you
appreciate America's 9-1-1 professionals. Please keep messages under 100 words.
the best messages on the website. Submissions should include your first and
last name, email address, where you’re from (optional).
Upload a photo:
photo, alone or with friends and family, that shows your appreciation and tells
9-1-1 professionals how much their work means to you with a message of
gratitude. We'll post the best photos on the website! Submissions
should include your first and last name, email address, where you’re from
(optional), and a caption.
#ThankYou911 campaign is all about saying "thanks" to the unsung
heroes of public safety: America’s 9-1-1 professionals. It’s a chance for anyone
to pause and reflect on the impact 9-1-1 has had on their lives, and encourages
people to submit their own expressions of gratitude and support through
messages, photos, and videos. The campaign also harnesses the power of social
media to spread the word with the #ThankYou911 hashtag.
agreement: By submitting your message or media, you agree to allow us to use
your message or media as part of the #ThankYou911 campaign. We reserve the
right to edit your content for file size, and/or message length, syntax, and