Prepare For The Worst, Invest In The Best!

May 5th, 2017 | Posted by US Weather Insurance in Uncategorized

You may think that you have it all figured out when it comes to weather proofing your event. You have took what you thought was all the right precautions. You may have planned your activities for early or late in the day when temperatures are cooler. You’ve researched the forecast for your event date to see if there would be possible bad weather. And you even went to the extent of hiring “weather watchers” to monitor the weather before and throughout your event. However, you still haven’t taken the most important precaution – financial. No matter how secure you think your event is physically, you still run the financial risk of putting yourself in debt if inclement weather runs rampant.

The most important preparation that is needed is financial preparation. Securing windows and marking emergency exits is one thing, but have you secured your company’s bottom line? Businesses depend on certain weather conditions during peak seasons that drive sales and increase revenue. For example, many restaurants rely on a majority of their sales coming in on Friday and Saturday nights. If during the month of June it storms three of those peak nights the restaurant will less likely not make their predicted sales for the month. By investing in US Weather Insurance, we will insure that anticipated sales number to make sure the company is not at a loss due to the bad weather.

This is just one of the few benefits of investing in US Weather Insurance. Explore our website to learn more about our variety of coverage options that are specific for your event: To speak to a representative, call 888-882-5440 or email us at Remember, when preparing for the worst, you should invest in the best – US Weather Insurance.

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