FASTEX, a North Texas provider of first aid and safety training and supplies, will offer a CPR+AED certification course and blood drive on March 1st, 2014, at Get ReFormed Pilates, from 3-6 p.m. Proceeds go to the Michael Joffrey Swieczkowski Memorial Band Scholarship.
Online PR News – 20-February-2014 – Dallas, TX – FASTEX of North Texas is highly committed to supporting important health-related causes through first aid, safety, CPR and AED training. The CPR+AED training scheduled for March 1st, 2014 at the Get Reformed Pilates Studio will serve both purposes - to help more people become equipped with life-saving skills while also supporting an excellent cause.
"The Michael Joffrey Swieczkowski Memorial Band Scholarship is a wonderful cause that benefits a graduating Frisco Centennial High School senior," said Fran Riggs, owner and manager of FASTEX. "In addition to supporting this important fund, we’ll also be hosting a blood drive, at the same time and location, in support of the Will Steel Memorial Blood Drive. Participants in this training can make a difference in two important ways, while also getting certified in CPR and the use of an automated external defibrillator, or AED."
The CPR+AED course will be taught by Michael Riggs of FASTEX, a retired paramedic who devotes his time to first aid training and helping people to understand the critical life-saving capability of automated external defibrillators. Suggested donations for the CPR+AED course are $60, with all proceeds going to the Michael Joffrey Swieczkowski Memorial Band Scholarship fund.
"Both Michael Joffrey and Will Steel died from a rare and aggressive form of cancer called Dismoplastic Small Round Tumor," Ms. Riggs said. "We are honored to support both of these memorial causes with this important training."
Contact Rebecca at Get Reformed Pilates to register, or visit the Get Reformed site.
FASTEX is an established area leader in first aid training and supplies, CPR training and AED program management in the Dallas-Fort Worth area of Texas. FASTEX can be reached at 972-733-0073, or firstname.lastname@example.org. Or visit http://www.fas-tex.com.