New Site Brings Awareness to Volunteer Fire and EMS Recruitment in Harford County, Maryland

First Arriving, a leader in providing technology and marketing services for the public safety and local government sector, today announced the launch of, a new site dedicated to volunteer recruitment for Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Association (HCVFA) in Harford County, Maryland.

In addition to conveying the benefits, requirements and frequently asked questions about becoming a professionally-trained volunteer, the site highlights the personal stories of current HCVFA members and explains the many, critical roles that its 1,500 volunteers play in the organization and community. is a public awareness initiative by the Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Association, which represents twelve volunteer fire and EMS organizations responding to over 8,000 fire and 25,000 EMS calls annually from Harford County, MD residents and businesses.

“The Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Association is excited to partner with First Arriving to launch our new recruitment website, This site will provide us with the tools we need to continue to build our volunteer system hopefully for many years to come,” said Rusty Eyre, President, Harford County Volunteer Fire and EMS Association.

“We are so proud to partner with HCVFA to develop a recruitment hub that truly honors and highlights the Association’s impact on and commitment to the community,” said Dave Iannone, CEO, First Arriving. “We hope the site serves a central resource to convey the benefits of volunteering in emergency services and the extraordinary impact potential volunteers can make by joining this challenging and rewarding experience.”