February 2, 2010
The County Office of Emergency Services in partnership with Papa John’s Pizza encourages residents to sign up to receive emergency notifications on their cell phone with the County’s AlertSanDiego system. As an incentive, Papa John’s Pizza is offering special deals this month to those who register. The first 500 to sign up received a free, one-topping pizza. Those were claimed quickly, but all registrants will be able to print out an exclusive Papa John’s AlertSanDiego special offer coupon through the month of February.
“Collectively our goal is to motivate residents to prepare for an emergency before one occurs. By being informed, residents can make the right decisions for the safety of their family in an emergency. We greatly appreciate Papa John’s Pizza commitment in assisting us to reach more families in our communities by offering special incentives to those that register for AlertSanDiego,” said Ron Lane, director of the San Diego County Office of Emergency Services.
AlertSanDiego, the County’s emergency notification system sends telephone alerts to residents and businesses being impacted by an emergency in San Diego County. 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. By registering your cell phone, residents will be able to receive critical information about their community, even if they are away.
“Helping to keep San Diego residents safe is important to us because that’s who our customers and employees are, and we believe in being a community partner, “ said Mike Arnold, director of store operations for Papa John’s Pizza.
Are you Ready? Register for AlertSanDiego at ReadySanDiego.com.
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