CINCINNATI, Nov. 20, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- MN8-Foxfire, developer of photoluminescent safety products, today announced its customer, The Bank of Kentucky Center, will unveil its new Foxfire photoluminescent emergency exit system on Wednesday, December 3rd at 9:30 AM EST.
- Zachary Green, Chairman and CEO, MN8-Foxfire
- Mark Exterkamp, Executive Vice President, The Bank of Kentucky
Today, most safety signage and markings rely on highly visible colors or reflective materials that become ineffective during a blackout. Moreover, backup generators or anything needing batteries or electricity often fail when needed the most. In a dark arena, fans and employees can panic and become disoriented which can lead to serious injury or death.
Join CEO of MN8-Foxfire Zachary Green and EVP at The Bank of Kentucky Mark Exterkamp to watch and learn how Foxfire's photoluminescent safety signage, line striping and stairwell systems emit light for dozens of hours when the power fails to guide people to safety quickly. Foxfire's exit system significantly reduces evacuation times by providing visible identification in the dark, and also helps reduce trips and falls by making steps and hazards more visible in low-light conditions.
Wednesday, December 3rd at 9:30 AM EST
The Bank of Kentucky Center, 500 Louie B Nunn Drive, Highland Heights
To RSVP or to book a meeting with MN8-Foxfire or The Bank of Kentucky Center, please contact the Foxfire team at [email protected]
MN8-Foxfire is a firefighter-owned company that develops energy-efficient and cost-effective photoluminescent products for more than 60,000 firefighters and hundreds of safety and egress systems in 25 countries around the world. MN8-Foxfire's fire safety products, including photoluminescent helmet bands, coating kits, grip wraps, equipment bands, and helmet tetrahedrons, have earned a reputation for safety, high quality and proven performance. The Ohio Chamber of Commerce awarded MN8-Foxfire 'Entrepreneur of the Year' in 2013; and both the Cincinnati USA Regional Chamber and Cincinnati Innovates have recognized MN8-Foxfire for its efforts in developing technology that keeps both firefighters and civilians safe. The company is headquartered in Cincinnati, Ohio. For more information, visit www.mn8foxfire.com.