April 1, 2010
As a result of February’s popular campaign, Papa John’s and the County Office of Emergency Services are partnering once again to offer a free medium, one-topping pizza to the first 500 new AlertSanDiego registrants. This offer is only good for the month of April.
“Together with Papa John’s Pizza, we want to prompt more San Diegans to be better connected with the County in the event of an emergency when we may need to contact them. By signing up their cell phones, residents can be notified immediately of any emergency event impacting their community,” said Ron Lane, director of the County Office of Emergency Services.
In February, more than 3,500 people signed up with AlertSanDiego to receive emergency notifications on their cell phones, Voice over IP (VoIP) or e-mail.
AlertSanDiego, the County’s emergency notification system sends telephone alerts to residents and businesses during an emergency with important advisories and directions. The system utilizes the Reverse 911 system which automatically includes all listed and unlisted home and business telephone numbers, but does not include cell phones. Registering their cell phones is especially critical for those families who no longer have home phone service and rely only on their cell phones.
The first 500 AlertSanDiego registrants will be mailed a card to redeem for a free pizza, but everyone who signs up can print out an exclusive Papa John’s AlertSanDiego coupon in April. Only new AlertSanDiego registrants qualify for the free pizza offer.
Are you Ready… and hungry? Register for AlertSanDiego at www.ReadySanDiego.com.
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