September 13, 2014 will be the date of the 2014 climb. It will be held at the Duke Energy Center again.
Charlotte, North Carolina
We are Sold Out but wait there's more to do!!!!
Additionally, in 2014 we will be having our first Fire Service Training Day on September 12, 2014 815am.
Register for the CFFA Inaugural Fire Service Training Day below:
Opening will occur at 8:15 with classes beginning at 08:30am.
Come join us for some incredible Fire Service Classes with instructors from all over the country! Great opportunity for some great learning at a reasonable cost.
Each 4 hour session will be $25. Offerings will include HOT classes and classroom sessions.
Safe Firefighter will present a 4 Hour HOT Forcible Entry Class. (Limit 25 students per session)
Each of the below Sessions will be 1 Hour and 45 minute classroom sessions.
Buster Cooper (Conway, AR)will be presenting his very Popular Forcible Exiting Class from FDIC
Thomas Hancock (Cobb County, Ga) will present "Maximizing the First Due Engine"
Nick Martin (Columbia, SC FD) will Present "Managing Tactical Operations with Variable Staffing"
Kevin Lewis (Cobb County, Ga) will Present
"Risking A Little To Save A Lot Today's Vent Enter Search"
All classes will be held at 430 South Tryon Street in the Wells Fargo Auditorium. Parking will be under the Duke Energy Center off of Stonewall St.
All proceeds will go to the NFFF
The Charlotte Fire Fighters' Association is proud and humbled to host a 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb to honor those that gave all on the morning of September 11, 2001, their families and to benefit the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation.
The Charlotte Fire Fighters 9-11 Memorial Stair Climb will take place on Saturday, September 7,2013 at the Duke Energy Center Building in Uptown Charlotte, North Carolina. Participants of the climb will consist of 343 firefighters, 60 law enforcement personnel and 10 EMS personnel. Additional spots will be opened this year to accomadate additional climbers to total 700 climbers in all. The makeup and numbers of climbers are selected to represent the first responders lost during the 9-11-01 terrorist attacks. Public safety participants will climb a total of 110 floors, the number equal to the height of each Twin Tower.
THANK YOU TO EVERYONE THAT SUPPORTED THIS CLIMB in 2014 AND WHO WILL BE CLIMBING IN 2015!! WE WILL NEVER FORGET!!
Watch the following videos from the NFFF:
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