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Storms Are Here and More Are Coming. Is Your Business Ready?

During the month of September, commonly referred to as National Preparedness Month, we are reminded of the many types of weather-related potentially disastrous events — hurricanes, tornados, wildfires and winter storms. The average business loses $5,000 per hour when they are down. While many businesses have experienced power outages or flooding caused by natural events, many business […] The post Storms Are Here and More Are Coming.
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