ONEOK Donates Garmin GPS to Local Emergency Managers
By Brandon Fetters
22 March 2017
Enid, OK – In February Derrick Harris from ONEOK notified a group of local County Emergency Managers that ONEOK wanted to donate Garmin GPS Units to them.
On 21 February 2017, ONEOK representatives including Derrick Harris met with County Emergency Managers from the local area and presented each of them with a Garmin GPS Unit. Grant County Emergency Management Director, Brandon Fetters, was one of those who received a GPS Unit. The purpose of this donation was to assist with field operations and response capabilities of the Emergency Managers.
ONEOK is Local Pipeline Operator who operates in Grant County as well as surrounding counties. Along with the donation of GPS Units ONEOK also supports Grant County Emergency Response and Preparation by participating in the Local Emergency Planning Committee, providing support through our CODE RED notification system, and by closely working with local emergency officials.
To learn more about this donation, please contact
Grant County Emergency Management and Safety Director
112 E. Guthrie RM 104A, Medford, OK, 73759
Phone: (580) 541-1027