COBC 2023 APP

OPEN SHUTTLE DEPARTURE SCHEDULE HERE
Saturday 1/15/22

SHUTTLE DEPARTURE SCHEDULE
🗓️ Saturday, January 15th, 2022
📍 Hilton Hotel – Outside Lobby Entrance
ARRIVE 15 TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO SHUTTLE DEPARTURE TIME 04:00 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • DELTA 1676 5:20 AM
  • AMERICAN 5424 6:15 AM
Megan Pfeiffer Ryan Svendsen Shawn Mohammed Nik Kimbel Dustin Roder Mara Roder Jeremy Adams Lee Ann Foster Kelly Foster Taylor Haines Jason Levasseur Joe Donovan Alex Layman
05:15 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • UNITED 2228 7:01 AM
  • DELTA 2059 7:10 AM
  • AMERICAN 5528 7:14 AM
  • AMERICAN 2680 7:30 AM
  • SOUTHWEST 2046 7:40 AM
  • AMERICAN 5444 9:26 AM
Giovanni Castiglione Colin Fogarty Jeremiah Monroe Justin Pigors Luke Turner Chad Roberts Kyle Wilson Jamie Irwin Joshua Mollohan Kevin Smith John Williford Justin Karlson Scott Chisholm Michael Flick II Cole Owens Frank Rufo Chris Abaldo William Munley Cecilia Abaldo Mike Flick David Lawson Brian Leathers Chad Baker TJ Ivie Kyle parker John Hendrix Andy Seers Chris Pabst Joe Herren Dan Tasso John Tran Victor Calvo Phil Shorts Chad Cranmer Tommy Martinez Josh Irvine Ryan Morton Mike Thuirer Brian Ritter 07:00 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • SOUTHWEST 4678 10:05 AM
  • UNITED 3064 10:40 AM
  • DELTA 1706 10:54 AM
Eric Armitage Ben Ojinaga Corey Carter Sean Dorobiala Caleb Eytcheson Luke Baysinger Darin Henry Ben Giesman Dave Weinrich Jonathan Young Elise Young Danny Gillespie Bill Smith Justyn Fraize Shane Dowell Michael Powers Jonathan Perales Trent Caldwell Justin Reyes Dave Weinrich Justin dubois Kevin Myers John Schut George Boots Jim Miller Sherri Kaczmarczyk Joe Ewald Adam Seczech Shawn Andersen Jessica Jackson Larry Conley Kari Miller Jim Miller 08:30 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • SOUTHWEST 5505 11:35 AM
  • AMERICAN 5312 12:37 PM
  • DELTA 5768 12:40 PM
Ray McCormack Michael Daniels Chris McLaurin Michael Hayes Kirstin Hayes John Kelley Matthew Bryan Sean Cowley Jack Fleeman Steven Bridges Ryan Adams Michael J Williams Scott Wilson Stephen Jelsch Drake Lundquist Cody Martell Bill Cadella 10:30 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • UNITED 4902 1:20 PM
  • DELTA 2163 1:24 PM
  • ALASKA 4429 1:44 PM
  • AMERICAN 5126 1:44 PM
  • UNITED 3838 2:23 PM
Joe Semien Justin Dubois David Slay Benjamin Burnett John Horrigan Evan Shepherd Paul Brooks Joe Vargo Adam Levesque Megan Dunlap Adam Vining Emily Hotham Luke Joslin Lilly Mcmullin Brett Wright James (Jimmy) Blue Ed Burg Joe Waite Scott Schmits Claire Dufort Rob Crye Chris James Seth Wambolt Chris Schroeder Kramer Martin Richard Ciszewski Thomas Vacca Michael Knoup 12:30 AM FINAL SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • AMERICAN 2671 3:30 PM
  • SOUTHWEST 5673 4:45 PM
  • SOUTHWEST 830 5:50 PM
Khris Huerta Derek Mathews Jason Freeman Michael Gladstone Dustin Romero Kevin McLean Richard Noe Wendi Noe Chris Oakes Maureen Watters Luke Fischer Adam Bowser Tyler Knight Daniel Blizard Zachary Rolfe Patrick Smith

SHUTTLE DEPARTURE SCHEDULE

Shuttle Departure Schedule for Friday 08/25/2023 will be posted Thursday afternoon by 5:00 pm. Passenger names are listed in the drop-down under the flight numbers and times. Between passengers, luggage and turnout gear bags all shuttles are operating at capacity.

🗓️ Friday, August 25th, 2023
📍 Hilton Hotel – Outside Lobby
⏰ ARRIVE 15 TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE TIME
03:45 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ AMERICAN 5424
 
 
Click to View Passengers
05:15 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ AMERICAN 5530 
▪️ DELTA 378 
▪️ SOUTHWEST 2303 
 
 
Click to View Passengers
07:15 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ DELTA 2357
▪️ SOUTHWEST 4904
▪️ AMERICAN 3913
 
Click to View Passengers

08:30 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ AMERICAN 5019
▪️ AMERICAN 2367
▪️ UNKNOWN 5261
▪️ AMERICAN 1212

Click to View Passengers
11:00 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ DELTA 2220 *
▪️ SOUTHWEST 323 *
▪️ AMERICAN 5526 *
Click to View Passengers
12:45 PM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ UNITED 1980
▪️ UNITED 4303
▪️ SPIRIT 1100
▪️ DELTA 2528
▪️ AMERICAN 5573
▪️ DELTA 2391
▪️ AMERICAN 2671
Click to View Passengers
12:45 PM FINAL SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ 14:28 | UNITED 5300
▪️ 15:01 | AMERICAN 3497
▪️ 17:30 | DELTA 2723
Click to View Passengers

3:15 PM FINAL SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ DELTA 2499 5:14 PM
▪️ AMERICAN 5453 5:27 PM
▪️ SOUTHWEST 1069 6:25 PM
Click to View Passengers

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

** Thursday Schedule Now Posted **

Nightly Social List

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🗓️ Monday, May 15th, 2023
📍 Whiskey Joes & Red Fish Blue Fish

🗓️ Tuesday, May 16th, 2023
📍 Whiskey Joes

🗓️ Wednesday, May 17th, 2023
📍 Flounders Chowder House

 

🗓️ Thursday, May 18th, 2023
📍 COMING SOON
🗓️ Every Night 9:00p – Midnight
📍 Hilton H2O

Monday 5/15//23

🗓️ Monday, May 15th, 2023
📍 Pensacola Airport
  •  
  • Welcome to Pensacola, Florida, proceed to Baggage Claim # 3. (✈️ PNS MAP 📍)
  • First level of Terminal, South side or Right hand side of curbside entrance.
  • Look for the “It’s Worth The Risk” sign to guide you.
  • Outside Baggage Claim # 3 board the Dream Catcher Shuttle.
  • Waiting for someone? Check the PNS Flight Status Board.
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🗓️ Monday, May 15th, 2023
📍 Pensacola Beach Hilton – Emerald Coast Room ( Hotel Map 📍)
🕑 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm Conference Check-in
  •  
  • Welcome to Pensacola Beach.
  • Obtain your conference name badge, and CFT discount wrist band.
  • CFT Tumbler’s are available for only $25.00 & Includes 5 Stickers. This is your platinum pass to drink deals all week at many local restaurants and bars. Some discounts are up to 50% off !!!
🗓️ Monday, May 15th, 2023
📍 Whiskey Joes & Red Fish Blue Fish
Click for All Lunch, Dinner & Drink Specials

🗓️ Every Night 9:00p – Midnight
📍 Hilton H2O

Tuesday 5/16//23
🗓️ TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 2023

📍 Hilton Royal Palm Ballroom

🕢 7:30a | COBC '23 Day One

Doors Open to the Ballroom.

🕗 8:00a | Chief Curt Isakson | COBC Welcome

Chief Isakson will open and greet Attendee's and Spouses to COBC '23. Additional opening ceremony events will take place during this time.

🕤 8:30a | Chief Frank Viscuso | Flash Point: Ignite Your Team & Forge a Winning Culture

Chief Viscuso will present key leaning points and lessons from his best selling book, Flash Point: Ignite Your Team and Forge a Winning Culture

⏰ Time TBD | Break
🕥 10:30a | Ariana Davis | Firefighter Safety & Line of Duty Death

Ariana will present the family perspective on a Line of Duty Death (LODD) involving her late husband, Fire Lieutenant Bryon W. Johnson in 2007. She will speak about the importance of continued training, situational awareness, and complacency.

⏰ Time TBD | Lunch

Enjoy the following lunch locations, which are currently offering discounted meals and drinks to our attendees and their spouses. Shrimp Basket, Red Fish Blue Fish, Hilton Hotel, Riptides @ Holiday Inn Inside & Pool Side, Whiskey Joes, The Reef.

🕜 1:30p | Chief Dave Franklin | Berkeley Way LODD Fire
⏰ Time TBD | Break
🕞 3:30p | Chief John Hayowyk | Commanding the First 30 Minutes

Commanding the First 30 Minutes and Beyond

🕔 5:00p | Chief Curt Isakson | Closing Remarks

Chief Isakson will deliver closing remarks from Day One of COBC '23. The CFT Sponsored Social Event this evening will be at Red Fish Blue Fish and Whiskey Joes. See the Nightly Social Tab in the schedule for more information.

🗓️ TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 2023

📍 Hilton Breakout Room TBD

🕢 1:30p | Speaker TBA

Later Monday Night or Early Tuesday Morning we will finalize an afternoon Breakout Session on Fire Service Leadership & Tactics for attendees not participating in the Spouse & Family focused afternoon programs in the Royal Palm Ballroom.

⏰ Time TBD | Break
🕔 Time TBD | Speaker TBA | Closing Remarks

Program length will determine the timing of closing remarks. Check back in with us Monday Night & Tuesday Morning for more information.

T-Shirt Room Hours
🗓️ TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 2023

📍 Hilton EMERALD COAST ROOM

⏰ Time TBD | Coming Soon
⏰ Time TBD | Coming Soon
⏰ Time TBD | Coming Soon
CFT SOCIAL EVENT
🗓️ TUESDAY, MAY 16TH, 2023

📍 Whiskey Joe's

⏰ 4:00p - 9:00p

📍 Hilton Lobby Bar

⏰ 9:00p - 12:00a
Wednesday 5/17/23
🗓️ WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, 2023

📍 Hilton Restaurant

⏰ 8:30a | Spouse Breakfast | ** SPOUSES ONLY **

Registered Spouses, join together in the Hilton restaurant with fellow spouses for a breakfast buffet, light drinks, and round table discussion. Breakfast and Mimosas is covered by you Spouse Pass registration investment.

⏰ 9:30a | Chief Isakson & Jessica Isakson | ** SPOUSES ONLY **

Curt & Jessica will deliver a round table discussion with the Spouses after breakfast. Room to be determined.

🗓️ WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, 2023

📍 Hilton Royal Palm Ballroom

🕢 7:30a | COBC '23 Day Two

Doors Open to the Ballroom.

🕗 8:00a | Chief Frank Leeb | Training & Teamwork

Chief Leeb's Keynote, Fire Service Cornerstones of Success: Training & Teamwork, will focus on playing to win and how training is pivotal no matter the time on the job, or your role.

🕥 10:30a | TBA | TBA

TBA

⏰ Time TBD | Lunch

Enjoy the following lunch locations, which are currently offering discounted meals and drinks to our attendees and their spouses. Shrimp Basket, Red Fish Blue Fish, Hilton Hotel, Riptides @ Holiday Inn Inside & Pool Side, Whiskey Joes, The Reef.

🕜 1:30p | Chief Eddie Robinson | People Before Policy

Leaders across the American Fire Service have become so focused on policy they have lost the value of what matters most, our people! This class is focused on creating a climate of trust based on our purpose. This interactive class will focus on what is valued by our members, not what is written in policy.

🕞 3:30p | Chief Scott Thompson | The Functional Fire Company

The Functional Fire Company: Positioning Small Groups for Success and Survival Chief Thompson will deliver key points from his best selling book, The Functional Fire Company. Chief Thompson has spent his entire career focusing on training and organizational effectiveness. He will deliver insight into how to make your organization perform at maximum proficiency.

🕔 5:00p | Chief Curt Isakson | Closing Remarks

Chief Isakson will deliver closing remarks from Day Two of COBC '23. The CFT Sponsored Social Event this evening will be at Flounders Chowder House. See the Nightly Social Tab in the schedule for more information.

🗓️ WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, 2023

📍 Hilton Breakout Room TBD

🕢 0:30a | COBC '23 Day One

Doors Open to the Ballroom.

🕗 8:00a | Chief Curt Isakson | COBC Welcome

Chief Isakson will open and greet Attendee's and Spouses to COBC '23. Additional opening ceremony events will take place during this time.

🕤 8:30a | Chief Frank Viscuso | Step Up & Lead

Chief Viscuso will present key leaning points and lessons from his best selling book, Step Up and Lead.

⏰ Time TBD | Break
🕥 10:30a | Ariana Davis | Firefighter Safety & Line of Duty Death

Ariana will present the family perspective on a Line of Duty Death (LODD) involving her late husband, Fire Lieutenant Bryon W. Johnson in 2007. She will speak about the importance of continued training, situational awareness, and complacency.

⏰ Time TBD | Lunch

Enjoy the following lunch locations, which are currently offering discounted meals and drinks to our attendees and their spouses. Shrimp Basket, Red Fish Blue Fish, Hilton Hotel, Riptides @ Holiday Inn Inside & Pool Side, Whiskey Joes, The Reef.

🕜 1:30p | Chief Dave McGrail & Gina McGrail | Achieving Balance in a Fire Service Marriage

Chief McGrail & Mrs McGrail will share experiences allowing attendees and spouses to build stronger, balanced, and more resilient marriages with the unique challenges faced by the fire service.

⏰ Time TBD | Break
🕞 3:30p | Captain Mike Gagliano & Anne Gagliano | Challenges of the Firefighter Marriage

Captain Gagliano & Mrs Gagliano will present their personal experiences and key leaning points and lessons from their best selling book, Challenges of the Firefighter Marriage

🕔 5:00p | Chief Curt Isakson | Closing Remarks

Chief Isakson will deliver closing remarks from Day One of COBC '23. The CFT Sponsored Social Event this evening will be at Red Fish Blue Fish and Whiskey Joes. See the Nightly Social Tab in the schedule for more information.

T-SHIRT ROOM HOURS
🗓️ WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, 2023

📍 Hilton EMERALD COAST ROOM

⏰ 11:00a - 1:00p
⏰ Afternoon Break
CFT SOCIAL EVENT'S
🗓️ WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, 2023

📍 Flounders Chowder House

⏰ 5:00p - 10:00p

The CFT Sponsored Social Event will be held at Flounders Chowder House

🗓️ WEDNESDAY, MAY 17TH, 2023

📍 HILTON LOBBY BAR

⏰ 9:00p - 12:00a

The CFT Sponsored Social Event will be held at Flounders Chowder House

Thursday 5/18/23
🗓️ THURSDAY, MAY 18TH, 2023

📍 Hilton WHITE SANDS ROOM FIRST FLOOR GULFSIDE

⏰ 9:30a ** SPOUSES ONLY **
🗓️ THURSDAY, MAY 18TH, 2023

📍 Hilton Royal Palm Ballroom

🕢 7:30a | COBC '23 Day Three

Doors Open to the Ballroom.

🕗 8:15a | Chief Corley Moore | The 9 L's

Chief Moore will present The 9L's: Key Concepts For Building A High-Performance Culture a recent best selling book published in 2022. He will deliver the core concepts that each and every person can apply and use. No matter what their background is, or their leadership beliefs, to create, nurture and build a high-performance culture.

⏰ TBA| Session Break
🕥 10:00a | Captain Todd Edwards | A Size-Up Mindset

A Size-Up Mindset. This program will provide attendees with a different approach and system to provide a rapid size-up, speed up the decision process, and help organize the fire ground.

⏰ Time TBD | Lunch

Enjoy the following lunch locations, which are currently offering discounted meals and drinks to our attendees and their spouses. Shrimp Basket, Red Fish Blue Fish, Hilton Hotel, Riptides @ Holiday Inn Inside & Pool Side, Whiskey Joes, The Reef.

🕜 1:30p | Chief Rob Fisher | Unconventional Truck

Coming Soon

⏰ Time TBD | Break
🕞 3:15p | Chief Curt Isakson | TBA

TBA

🕔 4:00p | Chief Curt Isakson | Closing Remarks

Chief Isakson will deliver closing remarks from Day Three of COBC '23. The CFT Sponsored Social Event this evening will be at Beach & Pool Party at the Hilton Pensacola Beach.

🗓️ THURSDAY, MAY 18TH, 2023

📍 Hilton EMERALD COAST ROOM

⏰ Time TBD | Coming Soon
⏰ Time TBD | Coming Soon
⏰ Time TBD | Coming Soon
🗓️ THURSDAY, MAY 18TH, 2023

📍 Hilton POOL & BEACH PARTY

⏰ 4:00p
Friday 5/19/23
Saturday 1/15/22

SHUTTLE DEPARTURE SCHEDULE
🗓️ Saturday, January 15th, 2022
📍 Hilton Hotel – Outside Lobby Entrance
ARRIVE 15 TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO SHUTTLE DEPARTURE TIME 04:00 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • DELTA 1676 5:20 AM
  • AMERICAN 5424 6:15 AM
Megan Pfeiffer Ryan Svendsen Shawn Mohammed Nik Kimbel Dustin Roder Mara Roder Jeremy Adams Lee Ann Foster Kelly Foster Taylor Haines Jason Levasseur Joe Donovan Alex Layman
05:15 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • UNITED 2228 7:01 AM
  • DELTA 2059 7:10 AM
  • AMERICAN 5528 7:14 AM
  • AMERICAN 2680 7:30 AM
  • SOUTHWEST 2046 7:40 AM
  • AMERICAN 5444 9:26 AM
Giovanni Castiglione Colin Fogarty Jeremiah Monroe Justin Pigors Luke Turner Chad Roberts Kyle Wilson Jamie Irwin Joshua Mollohan Kevin Smith John Williford Justin Karlson Scott Chisholm Michael Flick II Cole Owens Frank Rufo Chris Abaldo William Munley Cecilia Abaldo Mike Flick David Lawson Brian Leathers Chad Baker TJ Ivie Kyle parker John Hendrix Andy Seers Chris Pabst Joe Herren Dan Tasso John Tran Victor Calvo Phil Shorts Chad Cranmer Tommy Martinez Josh Irvine Ryan Morton Mike Thuirer Brian Ritter 07:00 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • SOUTHWEST 4678 10:05 AM
  • UNITED 3064 10:40 AM
  • DELTA 1706 10:54 AM
Eric Armitage Ben Ojinaga Corey Carter Sean Dorobiala Caleb Eytcheson Luke Baysinger Darin Henry Ben Giesman Dave Weinrich Jonathan Young Elise Young Danny Gillespie Bill Smith Justyn Fraize Shane Dowell Michael Powers Jonathan Perales Trent Caldwell Justin Reyes Dave Weinrich Justin dubois Kevin Myers John Schut George Boots Jim Miller Sherri Kaczmarczyk Joe Ewald Adam Seczech Shawn Andersen Jessica Jackson Larry Conley Kari Miller Jim Miller 08:30 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • SOUTHWEST 5505 11:35 AM
  • AMERICAN 5312 12:37 PM
  • DELTA 5768 12:40 PM
Ray McCormack Michael Daniels Chris McLaurin Michael Hayes Kirstin Hayes John Kelley Matthew Bryan Sean Cowley Jack Fleeman Steven Bridges Ryan Adams Michael J Williams Scott Wilson Stephen Jelsch Drake Lundquist Cody Martell Bill Cadella 10:30 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • UNITED 4902 1:20 PM
  • DELTA 2163 1:24 PM
  • ALASKA 4429 1:44 PM
  • AMERICAN 5126 1:44 PM
  • UNITED 3838 2:23 PM
Joe Semien Justin Dubois David Slay Benjamin Burnett John Horrigan Evan Shepherd Paul Brooks Joe Vargo Adam Levesque Megan Dunlap Adam Vining Emily Hotham Luke Joslin Lilly Mcmullin Brett Wright James (Jimmy) Blue Ed Burg Joe Waite Scott Schmits Claire Dufort Rob Crye Chris James Seth Wambolt Chris Schroeder Kramer Martin Richard Ciszewski Thomas Vacca Michael Knoup 12:30 AM FINAL SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
  • AMERICAN 2671 3:30 PM
  • SOUTHWEST 5673 4:45 PM
  • SOUTHWEST 830 5:50 PM
Khris Huerta Derek Mathews Jason Freeman Michael Gladstone Dustin Romero Kevin McLean Richard Noe Wendi Noe Chris Oakes Maureen Watters Luke Fischer Adam Bowser Tyler Knight Daniel Blizard Zachary Rolfe Patrick Smith

SHUTTLE DEPARTURE SCHEDULE

Shuttle Departure Schedule for Friday 08/25/2023 will be posted Thursday afternoon by 5:00 pm. Passenger names are listed in the drop-down under the flight numbers and times. Between passengers, luggage and turnout gear bags all shuttles are operating at capacity.

🗓️ Friday, August 25th, 2023
📍 Hilton Hotel – Outside Lobby
⏰ ARRIVE 15 TO 30 MINUTES PRIOR TO DEPARTURE TIME
03:45 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ AMERICAN 5424
 
 
Click to View Passengers
05:15 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ AMERICAN 5530 
▪️ DELTA 378 
▪️ SOUTHWEST 2303 
 
 
Click to View Passengers
07:15 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ DELTA 2357
▪️ SOUTHWEST 4904
▪️ AMERICAN 3913
 
Click to View Passengers

08:30 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ AMERICAN 5019
▪️ AMERICAN 2367
▪️ UNKNOWN 5261
▪️ AMERICAN 1212

Click to View Passengers
11:00 AM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ DELTA 2220 *
▪️ SOUTHWEST 323 *
▪️ AMERICAN 5526 *
Click to View Passengers
12:45 PM SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ UNITED 1980
▪️ UNITED 4303
▪️ SPIRIT 1100
▪️ DELTA 2528
▪️ AMERICAN 5573
▪️ DELTA 2391
▪️ AMERICAN 2671
Click to View Passengers
12:45 PM FINAL SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ 14:28 | UNITED 5300
▪️ 15:01 | AMERICAN 3497
▪️ 17:30 | DELTA 2723
Click to View Passengers

3:15 PM FINAL SHUTTLE DEPARTURE
▪️ DELTA 2499 5:14 PM
▪️ AMERICAN 5453 5:27 PM
▪️ SOUTHWEST 1069 6:25 PM
Click to View Passengers

** Click each section for more information. **

COMMAND OFFICER BOOT CAMP

CHIEF OFFICER TRACK

This attendee option will occur in meeting rooms separate from the Royal Palm Ballroom

COBC ’23 will feature a Chief Officer Track designed for all Chief Officers on Leadership & Tactics required to manage a Battalion / District or a Training / Safety / Logistics Division.
  • Dave Franklin San Francisco
  • Curt Isakson, Escambia Co.
  • Frank Leeb, FDNY
  • Dave McGrail, Denver
  • Eddie Robinson, Cherokee Co.
  • Mike Terpak, Jersey City
  • Dennis Reilly, Pittsburg, KS

COBC BIG ROOM, BREAKOUT & SPOUSE PRESENTERS

High-Rise Fire Ops: It’s All About the Process | McGrail

High-Rise Fire Ops: It’s All About the Process | McGrail

Chief McGrail will utilize his 40-years of fire service experience, from nozzleman to incident commander to outline and explain some of the critical components necessary to successfully combat a high-rise fire, while managing the risk to firefighters.  

The central theme of Chief McGrail’s training program is a proper fire fighting mindset, emphasizing the need to continually fight the deadly disease of complacency.  This is achieved through the daily process of building good operational habits.  

A discussion of engine company operations, with an emphasis on “proper weapon selection” will highlight the critical tools necessary for successful standpipe operations along with the fundamental techniques and procedures to make these operations extremely user friendly.  Chief McGrail will also address some of the essential truck company (support) functions, with an emphasis on RECON and Door Control.  

The choreography of the entire operation rests with the incident commander and a solid command structure to achieve overall command and control.  Chief McGrail will provide a recipe for success outlining the essential areas of command and control utilizing the incident command system (ICS) / national incident management system (NIMS).  

This seminar will provide some of the essential components necessary to achieve success at high-rise operations.  Attendees of this training program will leave armed with vital information, and become re-energized to accomplish our most important mission, fire suppression, in our most complicated fire environment, the high-rise building.

Standpipe for Engine Officers | McCormack

Standpipe for Engine Officers | McCormack

This class lays out the basics for a successful fire attack operation from a standpipe. Using the method I taught to thousands of firefighters, you will learn how to get your line into operation quickly and effectively.

More about Ray McCormack

Ray McCormack recently retired as a Lieutenant after 38 years. He holds a BA from the New York Institute of Technology. He was the chair and lead author for FDNYs new Engine Company Operations Manual.

He developed and taught Back to Basics Standpipe for all FDNY firefighters. He was the co-founder and editor of Urban Firefighter magazine. He sits on the FDIC advisory board and FireEngineering editorial board.

He was a panel member for two consecutive Underwriters Laboratories (UL) studies. Impact of Fire Attack Utilizing Interior & Exterior Streams on Firefighter Safety and Occupant Survival Study and Study of Coordinated Fire Attack Utilizing Acquired Structures. He lectures on Engine and Ladder Company Operations, Leadership and Improving Extinguishment Culture.

Truck Co Issues at HR Multiple Dwellings | Ciampo

Truck Company Issues at Hi-Rise Multiple Dwellings | Ciampo

This lecture will go over issues and tactical problems truck companies will face at compactor, electrical, wind-driven and vehicle fires inside hi-rise multiple dwellings. The lecture will point out some tactical tips and procedures from actual fire scenes encountered from the hi-rise capital of the world.

More about Mike Ciampo

Michael Ciampo joined the fire service in 1979 as a volunteer and began his professional career in 1985, he is a lieutenant in the Fire Department of New York (FDNY). Previously, he served with the District of Columbia Fire Department and Wyckoff, NJ VFD. He has a bachelor’s degree in fire science from John Jay College of Criminal Justice, NY.

He is the lead instructor for the FDIC Truck Essentials H.O.T. program and teaches at numerous seminars around the country.. He wrote the Ladder chapter and co-authored the Ventilation chapter for Fire Engineering’s Handbook for Firefighter I and II. He has a monthly column on the back page of Fire Engineering magazine, ON FIRE.

Mike is also featured in Fire Engineering’s popular video series “Training Minutes” truck company videos. His video Bread & Butter Portable Ladders DVD is available from Fire Engineering Books & Video’s.

Standpipe Hand-line Attack Package Design | LeGear

A Pragmatic Approach to Standpipe Hand-line Attack Package Design | LeGear

This presentation will take a brief Look at these Considerations. Standpipe Jurisdictional Infrastructure Survey Pre & Post 1993 – What to Look For. Building Types Commercial vs Residential. Compartment Dynamics from Hose Size, Kink Radius, Needed Fire Flow, Impacts to Staffing Models. The Solutions Single Diameter and Hybrid Diameter Hose and Nozzle Standpipe Systems.

More about Dennis LeGear

Dennis is a retired Captain of the Oakland, CA Fire Department. During his career Dennis was an integral part of the team that implemented a new engine configuration for Oakland Fire Department as the water supply officer.

After his retirement he continued to pursue this role but as a consultant for other fire departments. Dennis has provided technical advice to some of the largest fire agencies in the nation including, Portland, Seattle, Boston and the City of New York. Dennis consulted with water municipalities assisting in the development of emergency response plans for a variety of water infrastructure problems related to seismic events and other disasters.

Dennis also has played a key role for the fire service on a national level participating in UL studies on fire streams, providing technical knowledge for Pennwell publications and NFPA standards.

Standpipe Valves 101 | Robinson & Plofkin

Standpipe Valves 101 | Robinson & Plotkin

More about Steve Robertson

Steve has been in the fire service for 33 years, the last 29 of which has been with the Columbus Ohio Division of Fire. Steve currently serves as the Lieutenant on Engine Company 18 in the South Linden neighborhood of Columbus. Steve has been a classroom instructor at FDIC for the past several years teaching engine company operations.

Additionally, Steve is the lead instructor of the FDIC HOT program Stretching For Success. Steve is an instructor for County Fire Tactics and has taught engine company tactics nationally. He has also instructed at the High Rise Operations Conference and Command Officers Bootcamp, Water on the Fire conference all in Pensacola Beach, Florida. For the past 26 years Steve has also been a state certified Fire Safety instructor. He is also a past member of the State of Ohio Fire Training Committee.

More about Andy Plofkin

Andy is the National Sales Manager for the SafeFleet Fire and EMS division responsible for distribution in the US. He manages a team of 10 regional sales managers across the country and participates as an instructor at multiple fire colleges and training events across the country.

He has worked in the fire industry over 35 years in various positions for OEMs and a dealership in the Midwest as VP of Sales. His knowledge of distribution, apparatus and hydraulics brings value to all the customers he works with. He is a 39 year veteran of the fire service and has served on departments in Connecticut and Indiana. He is currently a member of the Greenville Fire Protection District in Illinois.

DAY 2 - SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

Standpipe Firefighting Tactics & Strategy | Gustin

Standpipe Firefighting Tactics & Strategy | Gustin

This classroom session will examine why tactics for stretching and advancing hose lines from standpipes is often the best way to facilitate the strategy of protecting the occupant’s lives. It will examine conditions taking harm away from occupants by rapidly controlling a fire and protecting them in place can be more effective than taking occupants away from harm by evacuation.

Those attending will learn why in order to control a fire in a high rise building firefighters must gain control of its systems; sprinkler, standpipe, HVAC, smoke management/control and elevators. The program will examine differences in residential and commercial high rise building design and construction and why the lack of compartmentation in commercial high rise buildings may require operation of portable master stream devices connected to standpipes.

Similarly, it will examine how to operate more than one hose line from a standpipe. Those attending will also learn how to operate from dry standpipes, manual wet standpipes, and conditions when it is better to stretch hose directly from apparatus rather than from a standpipe.

More about Bill Gustin

Captain Bill Gustin is a 49-year veteran of the Fire Service. He began his career in 1973 as a volunteer firefighter in the Chicago area. He is a third generation firefighter; his Dad and Grandfather were officers on the Chicago Fire Department. He began his career with the Miami-Dade Fire/Rescue Dept. in 1978, was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in 1983 and to Captain in 1986. Captain Gustin instructs firefighter recruits and newly-promoted fire officers as a lead instructor in Miami-Dade’s Officer Development Program. He has taught fire science classes, industrial fire safety and shipboard firefighting for Miami-Dade College. He also conducts training programs for firefighters throughout the United States and Canada. Additionally, Captain Gustin has taught forcible entry techniques to local and federal law enforcement agencies. He is a contributing editor and a technical editor for Fire Engineering Magazine and an advisory board member for the Fire Department Instructor’s Conference.

Captain Gustin has worked as an instructor and advisor for the U.S. Agency For International Development and has conducted training programs for fire brigades in several Caribbean countries. He was also a member of Miami-Dade’s international Disaster Response Team and participated in the rescue of people trapped in collapsed buildings resulting from earthquakes in the former Soviet Union in 1988 and in the Philippines in 1990. He was also a member of the FEMA working group that established the organization and standards for Urban Search and Rescue Teams that respond to domestic and international disasters. Captain Gustin was named Florida’s firefighter of the year in 1990 for rescuing a women and her child who were trapped between a fire and iron burglar bars on the windows and doors of their home.

The 8 Initial Assignments | Lamping

The 8 Initial Assignments Necessary to Conduct A Highrise Firefight | Lamping

This class will explore the 8 initial assignments that need to be made to conduct a fire attack in large, complicated high rise buildings.  The assignments are Fire Attack, Lobby, Above the Fire, Staging, RIT, Fire Control Room, and Base.  We will discuss the order of the assignments, how many personnel are necessary at each position,  where the firemen should enter the building and stage, expectations of each assignment, and pitfalls that could potentially occur.   This class was developed around the Southern Nevada Fire Operations Guide and the 17 years experience I have working on Las Vegas Boulevard.

More About Clark Lamping

A 21-year veteran of the Clark County (NV) Fire Department, where he has been a captain for 10 years and is on the technical rescue team. He is assigned to Firehouse 11 and is a rescue specialist for NV-TF1. He has a bachelor’s degree in psychology and a master’s degree in crisis and emergency management.

Operations On the Fire Floor | Morris

Operations on the Fire Floor:  Forcible Entry-Search- Vent and Hallway Management | Morris

More about Robert Morris

Morris retired from the FDNY after 40 years in the department, and completed his career as the Captain of Rescue 1 in Manhattan. He is currently employed as an Assistant Fire Chief with the Stamford Connecticut Fire Department, about 35 miles east of NYC.

The Engine Officer & The Standpipe Fire | Tollund

The Engine Officer and the Standpipe Fire; Size Up, Recon and Mindset | Tollund

The Engine Officer and the Standpipe Fire; Size Up, Recon and Mindset goes deep into the rolls and responsibilities of the Engine Company officer going to work at a fire in a standpipe equipped building. Focusing on the pre incident duties of pre-planning, training and preparation we work up to the incident Size Up.

This is rapidly followed up by the Recon and the dynamic nature of the fire environment and stretching from the cabinet on the floor below. Lastly, we dive into the Mindset necessary to create a high performance Engine Company that is ready for the complexities and challenges of today’s ever changing world, the fire environment and specifically, fires in standpipe equipped buildings.

More about Eric Tollund

Eric Tollund is a 25 year veteran of the fire service. He began as a volunteer in Durango, Colorado and now serves with the Denver Fire Department as Captain of Engine Co. 23 He has a passion for engine company operations, specifically fires in high rise and standpipe buildings and has instructed nationally on this subject.

DAY 3 - HOT SESSIONS

All HOT Tracks Require Full Turnout Gear, Some Require SCBA.

HOT | Suburban High Rise

HOT | Suburban High Rise

Meeting Time & Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

HOT | Urban High Rise

HOT | Urban High Rise

Meeting Time & Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

HOT | FDNY Engine Ops

HOT | FDNY Engine Operations

Meeting Time & Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

HOT | FDNY Truck Ops

HOT | FDNY Truck Operations

Meeting Time & Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

HOT | FDTN: RIT & Survival

HOT | FDTN: RIT & Survival

Meeting Time & Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

HOT | Back to the Basics

HOT | Back to the Basics

Meeting Time & Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

HOT | ULFSRI Hallway

HOT | ULFSRI Hallway | Stakes & Alt

In this class we will take a practical look at where our water goes, and how our choice of stream and advancement pattern affect our environment.  Where does our water go?  It’s rare that we actually get to see what our water does when it hits a surface during a fire.  Conditions are typically too obstructed by smoke or other things to get a good picture of what our water is doing when it leaves our nozzle. 

Does it create a sprinkler and fan out in hundreds of little droplets?  A lot of us were taught that if we find ourselves in a bad spot, to put our heads down with the nozzle pointing straight up at the ceiling and keep it open until the situation gets better.  Is that really the best way? 
In this class we will help answer those questions and more.  The next piece in your fire attack is your advance.  We have all heard many different debates on whether or not you can push fire…can you? 

Can you as a nozzle operator push heat and smoke with your nozzle?  If you could, are there times when you shouldn’t?  In this class we will go over if and how you can move air with your nozzle, also talking about times it can be beneficial, and when it might not be.  The purpose of this class is to give you the practical knowledge gained by research, to help you be more effective with the nozzle and have a better awareness of your actions at your next fire.  This class truly takes science to the streets.

CLASS | Command & Control

CLASS | Command & Control Mid & High Rise Fires

Meeting Time & Class Location to be announced Wednesday afternoon or sooner.

Beach Chairs, Umbrellas, & More

If spending time on the sand is part of your plan this week on Pensacola Beach, CFT has you covered with complimentary beach gear from Lazy Days Beach Service.

You MUST present a current “CFT Wristband” and attendee or spouse ID badge from COBC 2023 to obtain the items from the attendant on the beach. The items are available on a first-come-first-serve basis until all the sponsored items are in use.

To create the greatest experience for all of our attendees, spouses, and instructors, if you are leaving the beach for more than a few minutes, kindly return your item so it will be available for someone else who is attending COBC 2023.

Hilton Hotel Map

Check-in Monday 2:00 pm – 7:00 pm. For late or same day arrivals, Tuesday 7:30 am. Emerald Coast Room Floor # 2 Gulf Side.

WELCOME ATTENDEES

Welcome to County Fire Tactics, Command Officer Boot Camp 2023 at the Hilton Pensacola Beach Gulf Side Convention Center, Tuesday, May 16th, 2023 – Thursday, May 18th, 2023.

(Map 📍 ) Check in will begin on Monday, May 15th at 2:00 pm in the Emerald Coast Room on the second floor of the Hilton Convention Center on the Gulf Side. This is a new location for our registration check-in.

CFT issued name tags will be mandatory for the conference room, with limited seating. We hope you are as excited as we are to be here.

During check-in you will receive your conference name tag and “CFT Wrist Band”, necessary for local restaurant offering discounts. In addition to conference activities, we have several CFT Social Events planned throughout the week that you will find in the schedule of events.

There will also be “CFT It’s Worth The Risk Tumblers” available for $25.00 (Includes 5 Stickers). Many of the local beach establishments offer drink discounts upon presentation of your CFT Tumbler. The discounts received throughout the week will more than pay for themselves.

We have a great line up of instructors and presentations for you this week between the presentations in the Royal Palm Ballroom, and the Chief Officer lectures in a room to be announced due to construction challenges..

If you have any questions throughout the week please ask or reach out to us. We are looking forward to seeing everyone!

It’s going to be a great week of learning combined with personal and professional development at CFT’s Command Officer Boot Camp 2023.

Dining & Drink Specials

Dining & Drink Specials

Breakfast 🥓 🍳☕ Specials

Hilton H2O  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” $16++ Breakfast Buffet,  “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Can Beer, Draft Beer, Select Whiskey, Cocktails.

Riptides Holiday Inn (📍)  “CFT Wrist Band” – Daily Special, 20% Off Regular Priced Menu Items (excluding alcohol)* CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Free Soda & Tea, Happy Hour Drinks All Day in Tumbler.

Lunch 🍔 Dinner 🍝 & Drink 🍺 Specials

CFT "It's Worth The Risk Tumbler"

Don't Pay Regular Prices, Save MONEY this week at our Food & Drink Sponsors.

“CFT It’s Worth The Risk Tumblers” available for $29.00 plus provided stickers in tumbler 😃

You will see below that MANY of the local beach establishments offer drink discounts upon presentation of your CFT Tumbler.

The discounts received throughout the week will more than pay for themselves.

Shaggy’s (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Food Menu, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 50% off drafts beers with 16 to choose from.

Fairfield Inn 👉 Fish Heads Pool Bar (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal – $5 Drafts “CFT Wrist Band” 20% off all food at Fish Heads with Tumbler Happy Hour Prices 4p-7p at the Fairfield Inn

Hilton H2O  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” Breakfast Buffett Includes beverage  $16.95++, Lunch Choices Chicken Caesar Salad $16++, Bacon Cheeseburger w/Fries $17++, Chicken Sandwich with fries $15++, Chicken Quesadilla $15++, Chicken Wings $15++, Crab Cake Sandwich $20++“CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” -COMING SOON $4 Draft Beer, $4 Select Can Beer$6 Select Whiskey, $6 Corralejo Margarita, $8 Well Liquors.

Riptides Holiday Inn & Pool Side Tiki Bar (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal – Complimentary Soda or Iced Tea with menu or daily special purchase, Happy Hour Prices ALL DAY, $3 Draft, $4 Wells, $5 Bushwackers, “CFT Wrist Band” 25% Off Regular Menu Items + Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials $14.99 Monday– Cheddarwurst sausage served on a bun and homemade macaroni and cheese. Tuesday – Beef Tacos served with a cup of chicken enchilada soup, Wednesday – Buffalo Chicken wrap served with tator tots. Thursday – Chicken Philly topped with grilled peppers and onions served with sidewinder fries.  Friday – Traditional Club sandwich served on Texas toast with tator tots. 

Hampton Inn (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” & “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 25% Off All Food & Beverage to include the outside Bar & Pizza 

Shrimp Basket (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Food Menu.“CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Free N/A Beverage with Food Purchase & Tumbler, $5.00 Draft Beer, $5.00 Well Drinks.

Sidelines Sports Bar & Restaurant (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal$3 Miller Light & Yeungling, $4 Fat Tire, Angry Orchard, Blue Moon, Sam Adams Seasonal, Modelo, Li’l Napoleon IPA, Guinness, Sweetwater 420, Free Soda in CFT Tumbler.

Red Fish Blue Fish (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Special Firefighter Food Menu, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – $5.00 Draft Beer, Additional Mixed Drink Deals.

Felix’s (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 50% off Appetizers & Oysters, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 50% off Draft Beer, 50% off house wine, 50% off house Liquor

Casino Beach Bar & Grille  (📍)  “CFT Wrist Band” 20% Off Entire Bill, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal”$10 House Margaritas, $5 Domestic Drafts, $5 Well Plus a Mixer Cocktail.

Drift  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% Off Entire Bill, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 20% Off Entire Drink Bill Too. 

Water Pig BBQ (📍)  “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Food Menu, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Discount on draft beers.

Sneaky Tiki (📍) Open Noon – 10pm, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – All Week $6 Jack Daniels or Jim Beam, $3 Bud Light, Happy Hour 4p-6p $5 Craft/Import Beer, $6 Vodka Cocktails. Check Their Instagram Here for additional daily specials.

Flounders Chowder House “TUESDAY NIGHT ONLY”  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 10% Off Food Purchase, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Discounted Draft Beer & Mixed Drinks

Whiskey Joes (📍) CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Monday Upstairs Happy Hour Prices 4pm-9pm. Tuesday Upstairs Happy Hour Prices All Day till 9pm.

Hooters (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 15% Off Food Purchase, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 15% Off Select Drinks

Bamboo Willie’s (📍) CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal”$4 30A Blonde & Leinenkugel Summer Shandy Draft Beet, $ Buy a Frozen Drink, Free Upgrade to Medium, Includes Souvenir Cup. Bands All Week, Ricky Joe Wilson @ 6pm on Monday, Joey Collins @ 7pm on Tuesday, Anthony Oliver Duo @ 7pm on Wednesday and About to Sweat @ 7pm on Thursday.

The Reef, The Break, The Islander (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – $11.50 Smash Burgers Fries & N/A Beverage “In CFT Tumbler”, WING SPECIAL Monday & Thursday 5pm-8pm, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – $1.50 Domestic Draft Beer, $2.50 Import Draft Beer, $3.50 Crown & Down,  (Late Night Food 9:00 pm – 1:00 am @ The Break)

Paddy O’Leary’s  (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Crazy Tumbler Drink Specials, Karaoke Nightly at 08:00 pm.

Cumaru Bar (📍) Open 2pm – 10pm, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Firefighter Special $10 Cumaru Crush in a 32oz souvenir cup (Watermelon, Sharkbite, Peach Please or Prickly Pear), . Wednesday $6 House Wines, Thursday Beer Flight Bingo.Koozie special- $5 Local/Craft Beer Oyster City Bay IPA, Mango Cart Wheat, Kaleidoscope Sour, Riptide Amber, 30a Blonde

All Dining 🍔 & Drink 🍺 Specials

CFT "It's Worth The Risk Tumbler"

Don't Pay Regular Prices, Save MONEY this week at our Food & Drink Sponsors.

“CFT It’s Worth The Risk Tumblers” available for $29.00 plus provided stickers in tumbler 😃

You will see below that MANY of the local beach establishments offer drink discounts upon presentation of your CFT Tumbler.

The discounts received throughout the week will more than pay for themselves.

Shaggy’s (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Food Menu, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 50% off drafts beers with 16 to choose from.

Fairfield Inn 👉 Fish Heads Pool Bar (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal – $5 Drafts “CFT Wrist Band” 20% off all food at Fish Heads with Tumbler Happy Hour Prices 4p-7p at the Fairfield Inn

Hilton H2O  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” Breakfast Buffett Includes beverage  $16.95++, Lunch Choices Chicken Caesar Salad $16++, Bacon Cheeseburger w/Fries $17++, Chicken Sandwich with fries $15++, Chicken Quesadilla $15++, Chicken Wings $15++, Crab Cake Sandwich $20++“CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” -COMING SOON $4 Draft Beer, $4 Select Can Beer$6 Select Whiskey, $6 Corralejo Margarita, $8 Well Liquors.

Riptides Holiday Inn & Pool Side Tiki Bar (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal – Complimentary Soda or Iced Tea with menu or daily special purchase, Happy Hour Prices ALL DAY, $3 Draft, $4 Wells, $5 Bushwackers, “CFT Wrist Band” 25% Off Regular Menu Items + Daily Lunch & Dinner Specials $14.99 Monday– Cheddarwurst sausage served on a bun and homemade macaroni and cheese. Tuesday – Beef Tacos served with a cup of chicken enchilada soup, Wednesday – Buffalo Chicken wrap served with tator tots. Thursday – Chicken Philly topped with grilled peppers and onions served with sidewinder fries.  Friday – Traditional Club sandwich served on Texas toast with tator tots. 

Hampton Inn (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” & “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 25% Off All Food & Beverage to include the outside Bar & Pizza 

Shrimp Basket (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Food Menu.“CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Free N/A Beverage with Food Purchase & Tumbler, $5.00 Draft Beer, $5.00 Well Drinks.

Sidelines Sports Bar & Restaurant (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal$3 Miller Light & Yeungling, $4 Fat Tire, Angry Orchard, Blue Moon, Sam Adams Seasonal, Modelo, Li’l Napoleon IPA, Guinness, Sweetwater 420, Free Soda in CFT Tumbler.

Red Fish Blue Fish (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Special Firefighter Food Menu, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – $5.00 Draft Beer, Additional Mixed Drink Deals.

Felix’s (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 50% off Appetizers & Oysters, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 50% off Draft Beer, 50% off house wine, 50% off house Liquor

Casino Beach Bar & Grille  (📍)  “CFT Wrist Band” 20% Off Entire Bill, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal”$10 House Margaritas, $5 Domestic Drafts, $5 Well Plus a Mixer Cocktail.

Drift  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% Off Entire Bill, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 20% Off Entire Drink Bill Too. 

Water Pig BBQ (📍)  “CFT Wrist Band” – 20% off Food Menu, “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Discount on draft beers.

Sneaky Tiki (📍) Open Noon – 10pm, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – All Week $6 Jack Daniels or Jim Beam, $3 Bud Light, Happy Hour 4p-6p $5 Craft/Import Beer, $6 Vodka Cocktails. Check Their Instagram Here for additional daily specials.

Flounders Chowder House “TUESDAY NIGHT ONLY”  (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 10% Off Food Purchase, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Discounted Draft Beer & Mixed Drinks

Whiskey Joes (📍) CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Monday Upstairs Happy Hour Prices 4pm-9pm. Tuesday Upstairs Happy Hour Prices All Day till 9pm.

Hooters (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – 15% Off Food Purchase, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – 15% Off Select Drinks

Bamboo Willie’s (📍) CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal”$4 30A Blonde & Leinenkugel Summer Shandy Draft Beet, $ Buy a Frozen Drink, Free Upgrade to Medium, Includes Souvenir Cup. Bands All Week, Ricky Joe Wilson @ 6pm on Monday, Joey Collins @ 7pm on Tuesday, Anthony Oliver Duo @ 7pm on Wednesday and About to Sweat @ 7pm on Thursday.

The Reef, The Break, The Islander (📍) “CFT Wrist Band” – $11.50 Smash Burgers Fries & N/A Beverage “In CFT Tumbler”, WING SPECIAL Monday & Thursday 5pm-8pm, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – $1.50 Domestic Draft Beer, $2.50 Import Draft Beer, $3.50 Crown & Down,  (Late Night Food 9:00 pm – 1:00 am @ The Break)

Paddy O’Leary’s  (📍) “CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Crazy Tumbler Drink Specials, Karaoke Nightly at 08:00 pm.

Cumaru Bar (📍) Open 2pm – 10pm, CFT It’s Worth the Risk Tumbler Deal” – Firefighter Special $10 Cumaru Crush in a 32oz souvenir cup (Watermelon, Sharkbite, Peach Please or Prickly Pear), . Wednesday $6 House Wines, Thursday Beer Flight Bingo.Koozie special- $5 Local/Craft Beer Oyster City Bay IPA, Mango Cart Wheat, Kaleidoscope Sour, Riptide Amber, 30a Blonde

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