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Andy the Ambulance is an innovative and effective new way to teach first aid, emergency medicine, and public safety. A fully animated robot, he moves, speaks, listens, plays audiocassette tapes and activates his lights all by remote control.He comes equipped with a working rear door, and his warning lights flash just like a real ambulance. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes, and with his smiling mouth he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike.
He can be used with great success in school classrooms, assemblies, shopping mall exhibits, state and local fairs, and any other setting where your program is represented.
Shaped like an ambulance, Andy is the ideal symbol for your program. He's just the right size for teaching children. He can communicate with them at their eye level and when he moves he’s not at all threatening. He's perfect for hugs and kisses from small friends. He's agile enough to maneuver easily in school classrooms and other restricted areas. With his headlights, taillights and flashing warning lights he is highly visible. Andy will greatly enhance and add excitement to your new or existing education program.
Andy has an entire line of available materials that will keep your safety message in the minds of the children long after they leave your program. Coloring Books, Matching Crayons, Pencils, Bookmarks, Certificates, Badges, Magnets, and more all feature Andy teaching your safety message.


Ernie the ERV is an innovative and effective new way to promote public safety awareness, disaster preparedness and community involvement.
A fully animated robot, Ernie moves, speaks, listens, plays audiocassette tapes and activates his lights all by remote control. He comes equipped with a working rear door, and his warning lights flash just like a real ERV. He can wink, blink, and move his eyes, and with his smiling mouth he presents a positive and friendly image to young and old alike.
Ernie can be used with great success in school classrooms, assemblies, shopping mall exhibits, state and local fairs, and any other setting where your program is represented.
Shaped like a real ERV, Ernie is the ideal symbol for your program. He’s just the right size for teaching children. He can communicate with them at their eye level and when he moves he’s not at all threatening. He’s perfect for hugs and kisses from small friends. He’s agile enough to maneuver easily in school classrooms and other restricted areas. With his headlights, taillights and flashing warning lights he is highly visible. Ernie will greatly enhance and add excitement to your new or existing education program.


Pete the Paramedic is an exciting new tool for teaching children safety. A fully animated Paramedic and ambulance robot, Pete moves, speaks, listens, plays audio cassette tapes, winks, and blinks all by remote control.When Pete talks, his mouth moves in synchronization with his words. He can be used with great success in school classrooms, assemblies, station tours, mall exhibits, state and local fairs, and any other settings where your safety message is presented.

Pete is just the right size for teaching children because he can communicate with them at their level. He is agile enough to maneuver easily in school classrooms and other restricted areas. With Pete's friendly, happy face, he presents a positive image to all, while he steers his car around the room. His headlights, taillights, and flashing warning lights make him highly visible. Pete the Paramedic is the ultimate tool for EMS promotion and safety education programs.

 

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