Kistler O’Brien Becomes Fire Protection Provider For Lehigh Valley Zoo

BETHLEHEM, Pa. – Kistler O’Brien Fire Protection announced on Monday that it has entered a partnership with the Lehigh Valley Zoo to become the organization’s fire protection provider, protection people, property, and animals at the long-standing member of the local community.

In this partnership, Kistler O’Brien is recognized as a supporter of the zoo and its mission while providing inspection and maintenance for all of the zoo’s fire protection equipment.

“Both KOB and the zoo have storied histories as community members in the Lehigh Valley,” Tyler Trumbauer, KOB’s marketing and communications manager, said. “I’m excited to get both organizations working together and I know our team will take immense pride in protecting the precious animals at the zoo, in addition to their people and property.”

As part of the partnership, KOBe, Kistler O’Brien’s mascot, will make his first-ever appearance at the zoo.

“Working with Kistler O’Brien makes a lot of sense,” Peter Kandianis, the zoo’s director of sales and marketing, said. “As a family-friendly venue we pride ourselves on the safety of our visitors and our animals. Working with Kistler O’Brien helps us achieve that and I know this partnership and the exposure it brings for KOB will be great for everyone.”

Kistler O’Brien Fire Protection is a full-service life safety partner serving businesses in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware. With its headquarters based in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania and additional branch locations in Paoli and Reading, Pennsylvania, Kistler O’Brien serves over 10,000 customers across the tri-state area.

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The Lehigh Valley Zoo is located at the Trexler Nature Preserve in Schnecksville, Pennsylvania, and has been in existence for over one century. Currently operating as a non-profit organization, the zoo is home to more than 325 animal ambassadors that represent over 125 species.

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