Ocean State Job Lot (OSJL), a privately-held, family-operated discount retail chain with 130 stores in New England, New York, and New Jersey, continues to show its support for first responders and public safety professionals through its 10th annual “Savings 911” discount week.
From March 22 through March 28, all first responders and public safety professionals will be eligible to receive a 25% discount at any Ocean State Job Lot location. More than 12,000 first responders and public safety professionals took advantage of the promotion in 2017, resulting in more than $250,000 in savings.
“While most of us are trying to stay away from danger, first responders and public safety professionals are running towards it,” said David Sarlitto, Executive Director of the Ocean State Job Lot Charitable Foundation in a prepared statement. “Ocean State Job Lot is honored to recognize and thank these men and women for their dedication to keeping our communities safe, and hope all will take advantage of our Savings 911 offer.”
To be eligible for the promotion, professional photo identification must be presented from one of the following: Certified First Responders, Police or Law Enforcement Personnel, Firefighters (Career & Voluntary), Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) or Ambulance Personnel, Federal, State and Local Emergency Management, Relief Agency personnel, Coast Guard Personnel, Federal and State Correctional Officers, Emergency Room and Certified Medical Professionals.
For more information visit: https://oceanstatejoblot.com/ promotions/savings-911.php
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