Family Emergency Communication Plans

Tuesday September 16th, 2014

Start Planning Today Did you know that less than 40% of American families have an emergency communication plan? Being prepared for a disaster doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming. In fact, you can get started for free, with just a little planning and some things you may already have around the house. Read [...]

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2014 Hunting Preparedness Guide

Hunting Season Preparedness Guide

Thursday August 14th, 2014

As the summer comes to an end, America’s hunters are getting ready for another season to begin. We’ve put together this handy hunting season preparedness guide to help you get ready to bag a big one this year! Know the Law Hunting regulations vary from state to state, so make sure you’ve done your homework [...]

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Lightning Safety Tips & Myths

Wednesday July 09th, 2014

A practical guide for staying safe during thunderstorms When it comes to storm-related deaths, lightning is one of the top three killers. Lightning strikes take an average of 55 American lives every year, with hundreds more injured. Each strike has the potential to carry over a billion volts of current to the ground, which is [...]

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lightning strike over city

Lightning Facts

Wednesday June 25th, 2014

Learn some interesting facts about one of the most common (and dangerous) summer weather events. Summer is officially here! Besides barbecues and trips to the beach, summer is also the peak season for lightning strikes in America. Lightning flashes more than 40 times every second somewhere on the planet, with over 25 million occurring in [...]

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Top Hurricane Myths to Avoid

Sunday June 15th, 2014

Avoid these common mistakes to keep your family safe during hurricane season. Being prepared is the best option for any natural disaster scenario. However, the first step for any emergency plan is to make sure you have the right information. Below is a list of six common hurricane myths to avoid to keep your family [...]

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Hurricane Andrew Over Florida

Before, During, and After a Hurricane

Monday June 02nd, 2014

A step-by-step guide to staying safe through one of nature’s most powerful disasters Every hurricane can be life-threatening and incredibly damaging. Hurricanes bring with them a wide variety of dangers including: incredibly high winds, driving rain, storm surges, severe flooding, and even tornadoes. Use the following guide as a checklist to keep your family out [...]

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Hurricane Andrew Over Florida

Protect Your Home from Hurricane Damage

Wednesday May 21st, 2014

Approximately 58 million Americans live in the 185 coastal counties that border the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. This is the most vulnerable area for hurricanes in the United States. When it comes to hurricanes, being prepared and planning ahead is the best way to stay out of harm’s way. Whether you live [...]

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Hurricane warning evacuation street sign

Do you know what coastal weather warnings to listen for?

Monday May 12th, 2014

These different types of announcements will keep you informed during the worst of storms. Staying informed during a tropical cyclone is the first step to keeping your family safe. This handy guide will help you to tell the difference between different types of official coastal weather warnings and announcements. If you are expecting severe weather, [...]

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What Is A Tropical Cyclone?

What is a Tropical Cyclone?

Monday May 05th, 2014

One of Nature’s Most Dangerous Disasters Defined Tropical cyclones are some of the most devastating forces of nature, however many Americans are unfamiliar with the terminology used to describe them. Tropical cyclone is the broad term that covers a wide spectrum of rotating, organized storm systems that originate out at sea. They range from the [...]

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Hurricane Sandy Power Outlets

Building Your Emergency Kit For The 21st Century

Monday April 28th, 2014

How many modern essentials does your kit have? In the last 10 years, every state in the union has experienced at least one major disaster as declared by the federal government. A well-stocked emergency kit can be a real lifesaver in a variety of situations, including: riots and civil unrest, floods, hurricanes, tornadoes, winter storms, [...]

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