Meet Randolph Mantooth at EMS World Expo

Meet Randolph Mantooth at EMS World Expo

Article Aug 08, 2013

Randolph Mantooth, who starred as FF/PM Johnny Gage on TV's EMERGENCY!, will be in the EMS World Expo Exhibit Hall on Tuesday, September 10, from  11:30 a.m.–6 p.m. and Wednesday, September 11 from 10:45 a.m.–3:15 p.m. as a guest in the LA County Fire Museum booth 1629.* Register today at EMSWorldExpo.com.

The original Squad 51 from EMERGENCY! will be on display in the booth as well. Be sure to stop by to see two EMS icons and find out what's new with the museum.  

Photos, t-shirts and other EMERGENCY! memorabilia will be available for purchase and personalization. Proceeds help support the museum's mission.

Get all the latest news at www.RandolphMantooth.com and www.LACountyFireMuseum.com.

*Celebrity appearance subject to change

 

 

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