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As a leading manufacturer of residential and commercial smoke and carbon monoxide alarms, fire extinguishers and other life safety products, Kidde provides solutions that help protect people and property from the effects of fire and its related hazards.

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Worry-Free Smoke Alarms provided by Kidde in exchange for promotional consideration.

PHOTO (L-R): Amy Acton, executive director, the Phoenix Society for Burn Survivors; Jim Ward, Kidde President; Kix Brooks; Chris Young; Luis Nevarez, Tulare Fire Department, burn survivor and SOAR member
PHOTO CREDIT: Erika Goldring/Getty Images

WED. 11/5 - Kix joined Kidde & Country music star Chris Young at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum just before the 48th Annual CMA Awards to talk about fire safety.  The two musicians announced the launch of a national fire safety campaign in partnership with smoke alarm manufacturer Kidde. The campaign will help protect families and assist burn-injured firefighters. Kidde will donate 2,000 Worry-Free sealed-battery smoke alarms to fire departments in select cities along Young’s 2015 A.M. World Tour and will contribute $25,000 to sponsor Phoenix Society’s new Survivors Offering Assistance in Recovery (SOAR) program to support burned firefighters.

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Kidde, Country Music Star Chris Young Partner to Shine a ‘Spotlight on Fire Safety’

MEBANE, N.C., Oct. 27, 2014 — Grammy nominated singer Chris Young and Kidde Fire Safety are partnering to shine a “Spotlight on Fire Safety.” The televised ad campaign features the Country Music chart-topper and highlights how Kidde’s Worry-Free sealed-battery smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms help provide peace of mind and help keep consumers safe. Kidde, a leading manufacturer of residential fire safety products, is a part of UTC Building & Industrial Systems, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX)

Filmed on location with the Nashville Fire Department, the 30- and 15-second spots featuring the RCA Records Nashville recording artist will air on ABC stations in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Houston, Raleigh, Fresno and Nashville beginning Oct. 27 in the weeks surrounding The 48th CMA Music Awards on ABC on Nov. 5. Young and Kidde representatives will join national and local fire service leaders for an official “kick off” the morning of The CMA Awards in Nashville.

“It really hit home for me the day we filmed the commercial when one of my best friends texted me that he had just gotten his dream job as a firefighter with the Clarksville (Tennessee) Fire Department,” said Young. “I’m glad to know I can help keep him and other firefighters safer at work with Kidde’s ‘Spotlight on Fire Safety.’”

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Duluth, GA | October 17, 2014 -- Craig Morgan, one of country music’s best-loved artists, continues to promote a national campaign with Kidde Fire Safety, a leading manufacturer of residential fire safety products. Kidde will donated 250 of its new Worry-Free smoke alarms to the Safe Kids Gwinnett Coalition, whose lead agency is Gwinnett County Department of Fire and Emergency Services.

The donation comes on the heels of Fire Prevention Week whose theme was “Working Smoke Alarms Saves Lives.” The organizations are collaborating to install the 10-year sealed-in battery smoke alarms in hopes of preventing tragic fires that can cause serious injury or death to children and other residents of Gwinnett County. Kidde’s "Be a Safety Hero" initiative empowers everyone to follow five simple steps to fire safety.


Approximately 3,000 people die in U.S. home fires each year. Most fatal fires happen in homes with either no alarms or non-working alarms. The main reason smoke alarms don’t work is dead or missing batteries. Working smoke alarms benefit both homeowners and firefighters alike; residents are more likely to escape before succumbing to smoke inhalation and firefighters can more safely fight the fire knowing the occupants are out of the building.

Survey: Consumers Know More About Snack Cakes than Smoke Alarms

Kidde Fire Safety Urges Renewed Focus on Working Smoke Alarms During Fire Prevention Week as NFPA Reports 16 Percent Increase in Home Fire Deaths

MEBANE, N.C., Oct. 7, 2014 – Working smoke alarms save lives, but results from a recent survey show that many Americans don’t know how long a smoke alarm will protect their families. Read more