Timothy J. Bradshaw, Fire Chief
50 School St.
Taunton, MA 02780
For Immediate Release
Monday, Sept. 25, 2017
Contact: John Guilfoil
Email: [email protected]
Taunton Fire Department Unveils New Website and Social Media Channels
TAUNTON — Chief Timothy Bradshaw is pleased to announce that the Taunton Fire Department has launched its new website, giving residents an updated and modern space to access department news, resources and safety information.
“Our new site will allow us to modernize our communications and improve our ability to connect with residents in real time,” Chief Bradshaw said. “We hope that the community will take some time to explore the new site and continue to monitor our blog for recent news updates!”
Sections featured on the website include department history and a complete roster, as well as a photo gallery. Residents are encouraged to visit the department’s news blog to stay up to date with all of the latest fire department news and updates.
The website was designed and created by John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC (JGPR) as part of the company’s ongoing contract with the City of Taunton to provide communications and digital services for the city. In addition to the website, JGPR also created Facebook and Twitter pages for the department and is in the process of finalizing a new website design for the Taunton Police Department.
About John Guilfoil Public Relations LLC
With the philosophy that every police and fire department and government agency deserves effective communications and public relations on the same scale as major corporations, John Guilfoil Public Relations produces clear, concise content for our clients and responds to major news incidents for more than 200 police and fire departments, schools, government agencies, nonprofits, and corporations in six states. The company is located in Georgetown, Mass. and was founded by John Guilfoil, a former Boston Globe staff reporter who served as deputy press secretary for the late Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino during the 2013 Boston Marathon attacks and at the end of his historic run as Boston’s longest-serving mayor.