Participation, or Precipitation?

March 3rd, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

With the spring season approaching, you may want to plan out your outdoor events with careful consideration of the weather. Across the nation, we have been experiencing an increase in precipitation. In some places, rain and flooding have set records for the highest we have seen in history! US Weather Insurance wants to let you know that your event shouldn’t lose participation by precipitation. Don’t disappoint your fans this season by holding an event on a rainy day. Get coverage to insure that your event is clear from unforeseeable bad weather.

With this winter season being the warmest it has been in history, it is not certain what to expect for spring and summer. Are you certain that the outdoors basketball tournament or charity walk you plan to hold will happen on a sunny day? The long-range forecast, extending through May, calls for normal temperatures but a greater than climatological chance of above-normal precipitation, according to the National Weather Service.

Protect your event against rainfall! Customize your coverage based on accumulation and rain-free hours. See below for more details:

Accumulation
This policy is designed to cover an insured if a certain amount of rain (as determined by the insured) were to fall during the selected time period. This allows the insured to decide what hours they need coverage for and how much rain would need to fall in order to negatively impact their event.

Rain-Free Hours
This policy is designed to cover an insured if a certain amount of rain (as determined by the insured) were to fall for more hours during the selected insured hours than the pre-determined number of dry hours that the client needs. For example, an insured may have a 12 hour window in which they need 6 hours to be dry and if it is not dry for at least 6 of those 12 hours then the policy would payout.

Contact one of our representatives 888-882-5440 to find out more. Or email us at info@usweatherinsurance.com

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