Well, it appears that Dave and Chris have pulled off another amazing venture. I just spent the better part of an hour (with work waiting patiently on my desk) checking out the new FireEMSBlogs.comsite with direct links to some of my favorite bloggers, as well as a few I have wanted to check out but didn’t yet squeeze into my schedule.

While I’m pleased and flattered to have been included, I’m also pretty psyched because FHZ hashad some serious trafficin the last few hours, so it’s apparent that the strategy to put some very visible (and well-read) bloggers together in a network would pay off for all of us. It’s that synergy thing, I guess.

So take the time to enjoy some of the excellent bloggers we have on here and come back and tell me what you think of them. There are a few tweaks I want to make here on FHZ as well, so don’t be surprised if things change a little over the next few days (or weeks, since I still have a Buddy Walk to get done and a flooring company to support). Regardless, I’m pretty excited about this endeavor, and we haven’t even been up for four hours. Let’s see where it goes-

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    Thanks for the kind words Mick! We’re looking forward to great things, too! Thanks for being a part of the community.

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Deputy Fire Chief - Operations Division for Hilton Head Island (SC) Fire Rescue and an Emergency Response Coordinator with the United States Department of Health and Human Services  National Disaster Medical System Incident Response Coordination Team.

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