Today is the last day of National Preparedness Month. It is also the final day of our promotional offer on Weather Defender.
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September is National Preparedness Month
Stand up and be counted!
How many of the 10 PrepareAthon activities have you completed? Add your emergency preparedness activities to the America’s PrepareAthon! website: www.ready.gov/prepare
Visit READY.GOV/MYPLAN and review the various situations you need to consider when it comes to being prepared. The site is a wealth of great information including printable templates to get your started quickly.
September is National Preparedness Month and a good time to review your emergency plans with employees, family and your community.
It's Not Just About Weather
Although natural disasters are among the most frequent crises each year, there are many ways in which crisis can disrupt your life. Man-made and technological crises have the potential to cause significant and prolonged disruption. Don't neglect these in your preparation planning.
The good news is that planning for one type disaster means you are planning for many. The important part is to start! Make a plan, then communicate that plan.
Here are some resources to get you started:
Free Month of Weather Defender!
In honor of National Preparedness Month we are waiving activation fees and giving away a free month of Weather Defender® Residential Edition for the entire month of September.
Subscribe between now and September 30, 2016 and your first 30 days are completely free (A $120 value).
As always, no contracts, cancel any time.
"During the outbreak of the tornados this week-end. I decided to buy it. I live in Joplin, Missouri area. Last year we were devastated in the F-5 tonrado. Weather Defender this week-end gave me the comfort and knowledge to know that I was on the frontline getting information first hand as it happened. I did not have to wait on delayed weather reports of what was coming our way. I knew what was happening NOW. I could look in ever direction and receive firsthand radar reports of ongoing storms miles and hours away from me. After last years May 22 tornado in Joplin and losing so much. Weather Defender has made our lives less stressful just knowing we are in control of our safety firsthand. Thank You."