Bucky Covington has teamed up with the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, Help the Good Guys and Kidde, the leading manufacturer of residential fire safety products to help educate Americans on the basics of home fire safety through the Be a Hero, Save a Hero fire safety campaign. The goal is to educate homeowners on steps they can take to reduce the risk of danger firefighters often face when responding to a house fire, such as pledging to ensure their home has enough up-to-date and working fire safety equipment and to have and practice a home fire escape plan. Bucky and the other organizations are asking homeowners to take the “Be a Hero, Save a Hero” pledge, and for each person who takes the pledge, Kidde will make a donation up to $10,000 each to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and Help the Good Guys, two organizations dedicated to helping the families of injured and fallen firefighters. You can take the pledge and learn more by logging onto AlarmPledge.com. while you’re there you can also enter to win a six-day/five-night trip for two to the 2013 CMA Music Festival.