Category Archives: Tallahassee

Preparing for Disaster

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By: Matt King

Summer is upon us. It is a time for sun, sand and fruity drinks by the pool. However, as the June and July months come to a close, we begin to relive the frightening moments leading up to last year’s Hurricane Hermine. We are seeing storms starting to form in the Atlantic. The City of Tallahassee is instructing its citizens on where to fill up sand bags. Our minds start racing as we plan for the worst. Continue reading Preparing for Disaster

Disaster Plan…Check, Implementation….Maybe

By: Amy Bean Napier

After four hurricanes hit Florida in 2004, most Florida businesses now have business continuity and disaster preparedness plans in place.   We keep the plan updated continuously with the latest technology to ensure that we are ready just in case. Continue reading Disaster Plan…Check, Implementation….Maybe

Tallahassee – An Association Haven

By: Beth Evarts

Tallahassee is the capital of the State of Florida.  Tallahassee is the 126th largest city in the United States.  Tallahassee is known for rolling hills, oak-canopied roads, plantation homes, and genuine Southern hospitality. It also is home to Florida State University, Florida A&M University and, of course, Florida’s Legislature. Continue reading Tallahassee – An Association Haven