It was good to see you again in Indy. Thanks for the DVD its great. I hope your trip back home was a good one. I'll be getting in contact with you again. The guys are asking when I'm having you back down.
I've been trying to get in contact with you because I read your column "Where's the smoke". Think it's a "must read" for spanish speaking FF so wanted to talk with you to get your permit to translate it. Good for us (can get the knowledge), excellent for you (your teaching gets expanded to a h*** new world!).
I took your class this past winter in Columbia, MO at Winter Fire School. Your advice and class in general are both incredible! I was finally able to make the step from Volunteer into the paid Department, but I ended up moving across the country for it. I now live in Conyers, GA and work for Rockdale County Fire and Rescue. Today I mentioned that I had taken your class before to my Lieutenant and he was very eager to learn more about it. I was curious to know if you had any plans on coming to Georgia any time in the near future. If so, I'd love the opportunity to take your class again and to be able to purchase your DVD.
Let me know if you will be in the Southeast anytime soon and I'm sure several of the members on my Dept. would be extremely eager to attend as well. Please feel free to contact me via email at email@example.com
I have been trying all morning to reach you to try to schedule you for our next Officer Development Class as the keynote speaker the first week of November 2011. My e-mails keep getting returned from your server as udeliverable. Could you either call me at 727-298-3091 or shoot me an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org as to your availability. I represent the Pinellas County Training Officers group in Pinellas County, Florida. Thanks Tim
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