HME Scorpion™ Ready To Strike At FDIC 2012


HME Scorpion Symbol

The new HME Scorpion™ is ready to strike at this year's FDIC.

No one, and we mean no one, except the designers, engineers and builders at HME have seen the new HME Scorpion™. By looking at our friend above do you have any idea what kind of fire apparatus the Scorpion™ could be? It has eight legs and it’s quick,  maneuverable and has the ability to scurry into places where other fire apparatus of its kind just can’t go. It also has a “stinger” that can strike out at long range and it’s wrapped in one tough and durable body. Any idea? Well those are all the clues you’re getting … for now. Stop back later, as we get closer to show time to find out more about this exciting new design from HME.

HME Scorpion Logo

Be one of the first to see and experience the HME Scorpion at Lucas Oil Stadium April 16, 2012. See it at HME Booth #9434.

While you think you might know what kind of fire apparatus the Scorpion might be, we have to tell you that the HME Scorpion™ is  like nothing you’ve ever seen before. Until the show opens we’re keeping this first-of-it’s-kind apparatus under wraps so  you’ll just have to be there to see and experience the Scorpion for yourself when the doors open on FDIC 2012, April, 16th, in Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. Make sure to visit us at the HME booth #9434. The first 100 visitors to stop by the HME booth will take home  one red-hot souvenir, inspired by the HME Scorpion™ design.

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