Monday, March 10, 2008

Continental Fire & Safety Distributes Rookie Sidekick

New Distributor: New Jersey, Eastern Pennsylvania

Continental Fire & Safety Now Represents Rookie Sidekick
Fire Hose Rollers by Deschutes River Mfg.

BEND, Ore. (March 2008) -- Deschutes River Manufacturing’s Rookie Sidekick line of portable motorized fire hose rollers will now be available in New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania from Continental Fire and Safety. Based in Trenton, New Jersey, Continental Fire and Safety provides innovative and advanced fire, safety and suppression equipment. The company also distributes the Rookie Reloader, for transporting and re-decking rolled fire hose.

For inquiries or to request a demonstration, contact:
Gregory Gore
Continental Fire and Safety Inc.
180 Volusia Ave
Trenton, NJ 08610-0405
Toll Free: 800-313-1846
Phone: 609-588-0096

In its September/October 2007 issue, Canadian magazine Oil & Gas Product News wrote that the Rookie Sidekick and Reloader system "allows firefighters to effortlessly transport rolled hoses, and it reduces the labour needed to re-load hose back on to the engines."

The Rookie SideKick fire hose rollers recently have been purchased by wildland, municipal and industrial customers, including the Valero Refining in NJ and DE; Sunoco in NJ; Matanuska-Susitna Borough Fire Dept. in Palmer Alaska; Bureau of Land Management in Shoshone and Burley, Idaho; Kenai Wildlife Refuge in Soldotna, Alaska; and US Forest Service Columbia River Scenic Gorge in Oregon.

The Rookie Sidekick hose rollers and The Rookie Reloader re-decking system are available to put through the paces without obligation to buy through a 30-day trial program. All Sidekick models are equipped with either a Honda gas engine or Baldor electric motor for years of virtually maintenance-free operation.

The Rookie products are OHSA-inspected. The original Rookie units are available through the GSA system (GSA orders do not qualify for the 30-day trial). For more information, visit or call 541-480-5967 or 877-868-1951.

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