You Think You Have It Made In The Shade?

May 25th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

We hate to “throw shade” on your parade. But just because your event is indoors, doesn’t mean it’s safe from the effects of undesirable weather. This summer, take proper shelter. Not physically, but financially. You can avoid the sun, but you can’t avoid the possible financial effects that can occur if temperatures become too hot to handle. Luckily, we have you covered! We shade our clients with Weather insurance with various coverage options to fit your needs.

We often blame weather for why we can’t do certain tasks. “It’s too hot to run,” “It’s too hot to drive.” But these expressions have more truth then you might think. During your event, weather temperatures outside can prevent your event being a success indoors. For example, if you are holding a indoors charity event and temperatures gets to be over 100 degrees, it may un-motivate your attendees from even leaving their house. Financially, your profits can suffer. You were probably anticipating a full house, but end up with less people and less profits. Don’t do this to yourself or fans.

Most companies have no choice but to hold their event outdoors. Golf courses, baseball teams, and ski resorts have no “shade” alternatives.  These and many other types of businesses depend on certain weather conditions during peak seasons that drive sales and increase revenue. Look into getting Temperature insurance to prevent a financial loss due to either above or below normal temperatures. http://usweatherinsurance.com/temperature-insurance/

To find out more information about our coverage options speak to one of our representatives at 888-882-5440 or email us at info@usweatherinsurance.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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