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Blog / 03.08.2020

According to the Center For Disease Control (CDC), the United States has had close to 4.5 million COVID-19 cases as of July 31. The country has also seen just over 150,000 deaths due to the virus. Summer is in full swing and most people would've taken trips by now. But, many are choosing to stay home and avoid airplanes, hotels, and crowded public scenes. On the other hand, many of you may be itching to travel after being cooped up inside of your homes over the last four months. As travel restrictions...

Blog / 30.07.2020

Traveling somewhere far from home can be as frightening an endeavor as it is exhilarating. There are a lot of things you need to do beforehand, depending on how long you plan to be gone. There's making sure you have the funds for prolonged visits to other countries, getting your passports in order, getting a someone to keep an eye on your property and more. In the following, we'll cover a handful of central things to keep in mind, as well as travel tips to ensure your safety abroad...

Blog / 30.07.2020

As the peak of the Atlantic hurricane season fast approaches, if you live in susceptible areas, now is the time to step up your preparations if you have not already done so. Here are some essential steps to take to ensure that your family, home, and community is as well-protected as possible and able to recover as quickly as possible should a hurricane hit. Emergency preparedness kit An emergency preparedness kit is made up of essential items to help you through in the event of a hurricane and immediately afterwards....