Doing What’s Right, Before Things Go Wrong

April 12th, 2018 | Posted by US Weather Insurance in Uncategorized

Now that the weather is warming up outside, you may be eager to hold your next craft fair, carnival, golf tournament, etc. But before you do all of your planning and scheduling, have you planned for the possible risks of your outdoor event. We know that people would rather not dwell on what could go wrong, but it could just prevent you from having a failed event and save you a ton of money in the long run. We want to show you all the things that you can do right, so that your event is protected at all angles.

First, have you considered the possibility of a rain storm, tornado, flood, etc. happening at your event? If so, what will that mean for your event? Will it require you to cancel your event if it rains? You have to find out what severe weather will impact your specific event because every weather condition is different for every event. A carnival may have to shut down for a rain shower, but a marathon, might still continue.

After you decide the worst weather scenario for your event, make an evacuation plan if the weather impacts you during your actual event. If high winds occur, do you know where your attendees will go? We are pretty sure a tent won’t suffice. Not only know where your people will go, but how long it will take to get there. The more detailed and organized, the better.

And finally, make sure you are protected financially! Having an outdoors event can be risky. Even though the weather might forecast a sunny day, you can be met with high winds or a downpour. By getting weather insurance coverage, you can protect your pockets from any financial loss you might experience as a result of inclement weather. US Weather Insurance is here to help you! Give us a call at 888-982-5488 to speak to one of our experienced reps about coverage.

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