It's Hurricane Season, Florida...

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It's Hurricane Season, Florida...

It's admittedly hard to get into the ol' Hurricane Season spirit, you know?  We don't swap Hurricane Season gifts...don't have Hurricane Season turkey.  Heck, we don't even get to go huntin' Hurricane Season eggs!

All of us do need to remember to make our Hurricane Season resolutions, though:  resolve to know where the nearest shelters are located, resolve to prepare our homes before a storm smacks us, and resolve to know where to turn for information during an emergency.

I moved here to the Orlando area (Apopka, FL) in July of '07, and I haven't seen a hurricane yet.  I had more than my share of typhoons while stationed in the Navy on Guam, though- and I know what a hurtin' they can put on you.

I also know that the longer we go without a hurricane, the less seriously folks will tend to take the ol' preparedness evolution.  Perhaps more dangerous than a hurricane itself is being unprepared when said rain-dumper arrives.

That said, I'm urging all to make a bit of an effort towards attending next weekend's Hurricane Expo that'll be held Saturday, June 9th from 10:00 am- 5:00 pm at the Seminole Towne Center Mall. The mall is located at 200 Towne Center Circle, Sanford, FL. 32771.

Best part of heading over there to learn how to keep your family safe?  Yep- it's free!

It's Hurricane Season, Florida... get prepared- and don't forget to snag some Hurricane Season firecrackers while you're out...

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DENNIS B. BURGESS
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Licensed Florida Realtor
 
AmeriTeam Property Management
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Orlando, FL  32801
 
 
 
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Dennis, good information to share on the hurricane season. Being prepared and knowing what to do is important

Jun 02, 2012 10:22 PM #1
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Dennis, yes we have been fortunate the last few years! Back in 2005 I think it was, we had a few run up and across the state. We could use the rain, but hold the wind, right? I think our friend The Gulf Stream helps us out a bit to ward them off. Let's pray we get the rain but nobody or no property gets damaged in this coming season!!

Jun 02, 2012 10:25 PM #2
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Dennis Burgess
AmeriTeam Property Management - Mid Florida, FL
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Hi, National Insurance:  Thank you for stopping by, and for your comment.  As you're surely aware, preparedness slips with each season that passes without a disaster.   Batteries and the like need to be checked, as some have likely gotten stale.

Jun 02, 2012 11:08 PM #3
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Dennis Burgess
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Hi, Fred:  Thank you for dropping by.  Agreed.  Bring on the rain (and accompanying cold front!), but the wind can stay away...

Jun 03, 2012 05:17 AM #5
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