Nominate your favorite Rescue Team for them to win 3.000 € worth in PELI equipment!
Here at PELI, we want to celebrate the heroic work of emergency service teams. Whether it’s your neighborhood fire department, paramedics that came to your aid or local law enforcement making your community safe, they all wear the same badges of courage, determination, and sacrifice.
Do you want to say a BIG THANK YOU to these daily heroes? Send us your real rescue story and an illustrative picture of the team and they could end up being the winner of €3.000 to spend on a variety of Peli Products of their choice. Entries are accepted from 0:01am CEST on 27 September 2019 until 11:59 pm (midnight) CET on 13 November 2019 and can be submitted by the emergency services branches themselves or through nominations by an outside party.
People will be able to Vote for and engage with their favorite rescue team until 14 November 2019 at 11:59 pm (midnight). The team with the most votes at the end of the voting period will be announced as the winner on 15 November 2019.
Tell us about the local emergency service team you’d like to nominate from Friday 20 September until Wednesday 13 November.
Like and share your favourite hero stories to help them win.
The winner with the most likes will be announced on Friday 15 November.
What Equipment do we provide to the Emergency Services?
We provide equipment for all kinds of emergency services in all types of environments. Paramedics often store their delicate supplies inside our EMS Cases.
Because many jobs require entry into hazard zones, our ATEX lights serve as safe and handy tools at the scene of an emergency.
Duty may call these heroes to action in remote, dark places. Our RALS lighting systems provide a shining light in the dark.
Discover more about the products we offer Emergency Services here.
“Whilst searching for the Terrace Male lion at night in the lower Uniab River, a judgement error resulted in the Land Cruiser sliding down the slip-face a small dune and overturning. This was most unexpected; excessive winds over the past 4 days had completely changed the shape of a small dune on an established track, which had been driven 6…
“I am a volunteer medical first responder in Germany. For first responder purposes I use two similar packed Peli 1550 boxes, one 1460 EMS case, one 1460 tool case, one 1520 case and some smaller cases (mostly 1500 Peli cases). They give my medical equipment the protection it needs: they’re rain-proof and shock-proof – yes even when the whole box…
“The iM2435 is pretty much the perfect amalgamation of my Peli 1440 and my iM2300. The iM2435’s size and weight are just perfect and is by far the most practicable solution I have found for use as a pilot’s case. I have already been putting the iM2435 through its paces with lengthy transits through major airports over smooth and rough…
David was using a Peli case to carry his sensitive equipment – GPS, housing, cameras, phone, sea maps, tide charts – when a tsunami hit: “I dropped the box a long way back from the waters edge before running in. Before I knew it, I was out helping to save boats and people caught in the churning, powerful waters. I…
“On a trip to Tanzania in May 2007, I climbed Kilimanjaro alone. On the fifth day, I got altitude-sick beneath the glacier. My equipment was not warm enough and I got really cold. Nevertheless my Micro Case kept my iPod working and I could calm down and enjoy the view from the highest peak of Africa at six o’clock with…
“During a long trekking expedition in Zanskar and Ladakh, in Northern India, we had all our stuff on horseback. About half way through the trip, one of the horses ponies overbalanced and fell from the track into the water. The horse was unhurt beyond a couple of scratches, but the case had been dragged underwater, banged on rocks for a…
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