Date: June 22, 2021 | 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 1 Hour.
CEU: A certificate of attendance will be offered.
Join us for this webcast to learn:
- New trends in pumper specifications
- How to spec a pumper
- How to choose a manufacturer to work with
- The difference in pump locations on a fire truck and what is best for your needs
- Safety trends in pumper apparatus
- Sustainability trends in pumper apparatus
Roger Parker is the Central Regional Sales Manager for Rosenbauer, where he is responsible for 12 dealers, covers 18 states and the Providence of Ontario. He has more than 36 years of experience in the fire truck industry.
Doug Feldman is the Western Regional Manager for Rosenbauer, where he supports the Rosenbauer dealer network in the Western US and Canada. He has been involved in the fire apparatus industry for more than 21 years in various capacities, including apparatus manufacturing owner, direct sales and most recently as a regional manager.
Brian Franz is the Vice President/Owner of Sentinel Emergency Solutions in St. Louis, MO. He has been in the apparatus sales industry for more than 16 years. Sentinel Emergency Solutions employes 53 team members and covers Missouri, Illinois and Indiana. In 2020, Sentinel sold more than 35 fire apparatuses to fire stations across the area, including Jefferson City, MO, Boone County, MO, Cape Girardeau, MO and South Bend, IN.
Sponsored by Rosenbauer
With more than 150 years of manufacturing experience, Rosenbauer is a global leader in firefighting technology and resources. We are the world’s largest manufacturer of fire equipment with eleven manufacturing locations worldwide. A family-owned business that was founded in 1866, Rosenbauer has built global partnerships that have helped us build the most innovative and safest firetrucks on the market.
At Rosenbauer, we develop the latest technology and build the toughest vehicles. That’s because when lives are at stake, anything less can be catastrophic. Our vehicles, production teams and service personnel are ready to do whatever it takes to ensure your community’s safety and satisfaction.