Welcome to the Local 3617 Web Store!

Did you always want to own swag from Midway Professional Firefighters Association, Local 3617?

Best part, NO pick up! The items are shipped to your door for FREE!

New Items Coming Soon, hint: it is not a new t-shirt design

New Pre-Order T-Shirt Coming Soon

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Below designs (Turtle, Surfboard, St. Patricks Day) are available at anytime. Once you order, it will be printed and shipped to you. The pictures below are just a couple examples of what you can customize for YOU, other choices are available. Click ANY design below to customize your order!

22 different styles and colors!

T-shirts, Hoodies, Long Sleeve Shirts, Women's sizes, Youth Sizes.

2020 St. Patricks Day Design

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Turtle Design

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Surfboard Design

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Midway Professional Firefighters Association, Local 3617 also supports other charities that include the Carney Strong Initiative. 

                   About the Carney Strong Initiative:

Josh Carney, Battalion Chief at Midway Fire Rescue in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina, was 41 years old when he was diagnosed with Stage 4 Melanoma in June 2017. This aggressive cancer claimed Josh’s life less than four months later. While he understood the well-known risks of being a firefighter, Carney and his family did not understand the hidden dangers of firefighter occupational cancer. His diagnosis stemmed from his more than 25-year career as a firefighter.

 

To continue Josh’s legacy, his family has made it their mission to raise awareness of firefighter occupational cancer. Lillian, Josh’s wife, stated, “I do not want another wife at Midway, or another wife anywhere, to have to be handed the folded flag that was once on her husband's casket."

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© 2023 by Midway Professional Fire Fighters Association, Local 3617. A registered non-profit organization with the State of South Carolina and the IRS.

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