By Chelsea Padgett, Guest Blogger Do you live anywhere near the east coast? Chances are if you do your precious artwork and memorabilia are in trouble. Once more, we are reminded about the awful effect and threat of human life, livelihoods and resources that can be a result of a hurricane. Add to those tears [...]
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The stains seen on this engraving are from mold that grew on the paper after it got went during Hurricane Katrina. Although the mold is dry and dead the stains from infestation are very disfiguring and will darken with time. The darker the mold stains that develop are the harder they are to remove. Four [...]
Predictions for an active hurricane season don’t motivate you? In a personal conversation with Deborah Schuneman, director of the national research center and clearinghouse for Small Business Development Centers, (www.SBDCNet.org) the need for small businesses to prepare and have a plan will make the difference between survival and closing, even if the business is not [...]
Hurricane Preparedness Week Declared by Pres. Obama. But Who Cares If You Don’t Live In Hurricane Country?
Hurricanes are a big deal… the most violent of weather related natural disasters. The Director of Human Resources at Amgen told me that if a hurricane made a direct hit on their production facility in the Caribbean and shut them down, they would be in a world of hurt. The domino effect would impact businesses [...]
I participated in the National Hurricane Conference and heard, first hand, the dire predictions for 2010. It seems there is a perfect storm of conditions brewing that will make life difficult for residents and businesses, mostly located along Atlantic shores. But its not only the Atlantic coast hurricane experts that have looked into their crystal [...]