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Please share these #HurricaneIrma tips:
1. Start running your ice makers now and bagging the ice in freezer bags. Fill as much space in between your freezer items as you can.
2. Freeze regular tap water for pets, cleaning, or drinking in Tupperware-type containers. Remember to leave a small bit of space between the top of the water & the lids so the ice expands but doesn't crack the container.
3. Start using up your perishables to make more room for ice in the freezer.
4. Fill up all vehicles & check tires & oil.
5. Get cash from ATM, at least enough to get you through tolls and gas out of town. Call your bank if you plan on leaving the state so they don't freeze your card for out-of-area "suspicious" transactions.
6. Take pictures all important documents & send to your email. Take originals in sealed bags or plastic bins.
7. Pack pet & livestock food & supplies. Bring vet records in case you need to shelter them at a storm-safe facility.
8. Share evacuation plans with family members so they know where you're headed.
9. Consider putting heirlooms & photos in plastic bins in a high place, second floor, or safe room if you don't plan on taking them with you.
10. SECURE ALL FIREARMS & AMMUNITION PROPERLY.
11. Place old rags & beach towels on your windowsills. Even with the best windows & shutters, water seeping from the wind pressure happens. A few damp towels are better than soaked drywall or floors!
12. Shutter windows and doors and bring everything outside into your garage or house NOW. Do not wait until the day before. Better to get done early and relax than wait until it's too late, ESPECIALLY IF YOU ARE MANDATORY PERSONNEL (hospital employee or first responder).
13. If you don't already have your hurricane supplies, you might want to get them now. Shelves are already empty in most places.
14. Freeze a cup of water, then place a quarter on top of it. If you are forced to evacuate this will tell you whether your food has spoiled. Quarter on top, your food is safe. Quarter on bottom, it all needs to be trashed (water thawed, as did your food).
15. Do a walk through video of your home, open all closets, cabinets, etc. If you're forced to file an insurance claim this will help you quantify your belongings. (Do you really know how many shirts you own? Or how many plates?)
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Gov. Scott Declares State of Emergency to Prepare Florida for #HurricaneIrma. The official press release from the State of Florida.
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URGENT: Officials in the Florida Keys are set to begin mandatory evacuations for visitors on Wednesday morning ahead of rapidly approaching Hurricane Irma. More from The Weather Channel. #hurricaneirma #irma
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Frontline #Insurance helped build three homes in three different stages in the new Pinehurst Subdivision, a Habitat for Humanity community located in Edgewater, Florida. What an amazing feeling to be a part of such great work and to be actively helping citizens in our communities achieve homeownership! Check out the photos of our volunteers at work and read more about the experience here: http://www.habitatsev.org/frontline-insurance-habi-team-build/
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1/27/17
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Seminole County Fire Department came out to give Frontline #Insurance a #CPR and #AED demonstration. Manned with these lifesaving skills, employees feel more confident knowing that they will be prepared should the need ever arrive in the workplace and in their personal lives. Knowing how and when to engage in CPR and the proper use of an AED saves lives!
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Jasmine and Diana from Frontline #Insurance were on hand for the #TeamCaptains' Kick-off party for the #IOACorporate5k hosted at Second Harvest Food Bank of Central Florida! "What an amazing facility. We were really inspired and can’t wait for this year’s race." Team Frontline can't wait to see you at the finish line!
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Our agency partner Prime-One Insurance stopped by our office to meet their underwriting team and take a tour of the building with Andy Anderson, Frontline Senior Vice President of Underwriting. It was a pleasure having you, thanks for coming by!
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Thanks to all the Frontline Insurance team members who contributed during our food and supply drive. All items donated were taken to the pantry at The Sharing Center to help our neighbors in Seminole County.
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11/28/16
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On November 3rd Frontline was invited to the Tools for Seminole Schools open house event to go behind the scenes and see how our donations are helping teachers in our community give students a brighter future. We would like to thank our employees for their generous donations and thank A Gift for Teaching - Seminole County for all their hard work and making it possible for teachers and principals to provide their students with the essential tools they need to be successful in school!
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11/14/16
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