State Farm® Agents Mike Lougee, Eric Brinkerhoff and Jason Paris Helps Firefighters Reduce Fire Dangers


Casper, WY (October 12, 2019) — State Farm agents know first-hand the trauma a family faces following a devastating house fire.

That’s one reason why the state’s largest home insurer is taking a proactive approach to working with local fire departments to help communities reduce house fires. Casper State Farm Agent’s Eric Brinkerhoff, Mike Lougee & Jason Paris are donating hundreds of fire prevention kits to the Casper Fire Department (station 3) ahead of the National Fire Protection Association Fire Prevention Week.

The kits contain educational fire prevention materials for homeowners and children. Firefighters can share the information at fire stations or at community events.

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Mike, Eric & Jason hope this donation will help raise awareness and reduce fire losses in the Casper community.

Fire Prevention Week is October 6-12.

For more information about fire prevention or fire prevention week, click here

· Media can contact State Farm Agent Mike Lougee 307-577-6453 for questions about the donation

· Fire Prevention Week Open House:

Contact: Jason Parks/PIO Casper Fire EMS

Work: 235-8352

Cell: 267-9111

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