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Ending the Hood Cleaning Cycle

The resource- and labor-intensive process of restaurant hood cleaning has been a fire safety necessity, but innovation promises a better way. On the evening of March 31, 1999, a police officer noticed flames shooting into the air above a four-story rooftop several blocks away. The roof belonged to the Tropicana Hotel & Casino in Atlantic more »



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Gallery: Enriching Our Communities

Our team for the 2016 Bowling Green (KY) Checkered Flag Chase 5K to benefit the Alzheimer's Foundation.

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 “At ABCO, we exist to enrich the communities that we live and work in.” – Our Mission Statement The fire protection business is about serving communities by playing our role in keeping them safe. At ABCO, we take that notion of service one step further by making it our mission to enrich those communities as well. more »


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Worth Our Salt

2,000 feet below Lake Erie, ABCO protects safe winter driving. Salt is so common, so easy to obtain, and so inexpensive that we have forgotten that from the beginning of civilization until about 100 years ago, salt was one of the most sought-after commodities in human history. Mark Kurlansky, Salt: A World History While true more »



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From Fireteams to Fire Sprinklers

ABCO’s Veterans Explain Why Our Industry is a Perfect Fit. For decades marines, soldiers, sailors, and airmen have found ABCO to be a great fit for them after leaving the service. It’s no secret that veterans make great employees (just Google “why hire veterans”), and we regularly find that many of those who contribute the more »



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GALLERY: October Baseball – Protected by ABCO

Tonight, two of the Midwest’s storied baseball clubs take the diamond for the opening game of the World Series. At the corner of Carnegie & Ontario, the stands of Progressive Field will be filled with nearly 36,000 fans from across the country who traveled to Cleveland to enjoy the championship games. Those fans will be more »