Originally Posted By: jbushart
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April 25, 2005
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Jim Bushart, President of the Mid Missouri Chapter of the National Association of Certified
Home Inspectors (NACHI), has announced that a federal Fire Safety and Prevention grant in
the amount of $93, 207 has been awarded to the NACHI Foundation, by the Department of
As a partner, NACHI will be providing the required cost share funds that will bring the total
budget for the grant period to $133,152. This money will be used to purchase 1000 special
smoke alarms for deaf and hearing impaired persons.
If you or someone you know is deaf or hearing impaired and could benefit from a free smoke
detector that is specially designed to assist them in the event of a fire in their home, you are
asked to contact the Mid Missouri Chapter of the National Association of Home Inspectors
(NACHI), by writing : NACHI, PO Box 62, High Hill, MO 63350 or, by email,
Whenever the foundation awards a smoke detector, we will have the closest inspector provide it to the recipient and put another article with a photo in the paper.
This is not advertising as much as it is public relations, but we may as well get as much mileage as we can for the buck.