Tweet Insuring a large event that will feature hundreds of vendors or attendees is always a great idea. Events of this proportion require a lot of time and money to plan. One rainy day can ruin your months-long investment. Weddings, county fairs, sports games, and concerts are all prime examples of high-profile events that can …
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Tweet As summer transitions into fall, we can expect to see some pretty significant changes in the weather. If you’re located in an area that experiences all four seasons, the temperature will drop, storms or wind may be more prevalent, and you may eventually see snowfall. We have to prepare for changes between seasons, and …
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Tweet Many outdoor events are seasonal and held at a particular time of year. MLB teams, for instance, only have games between April and October. If every game between these months were rained out, it would mean trouble and deep financial losses for every team sponsor. Clients may consider weather insurance for events that take …
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Tweet Many Labor Day Weekend festivities have likely been affected with Hurricane Hermine traveling up the East coast. Strong winds, coastal flooding, beach erosion, heavy rainfall, and flash flooding are among the predicted conditions. It is vital to prepare for these kinds of natural disasters. While your safety is paramount, it is also important to …
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Tweet The weather affects businesses more than we realize. In many industries, business owners experience peak seasons and rely on the weather to make or break their financial outcome. Maybe you own a golf course and therefore receive most of your business between May and September. Perhaps you’re a baseball event marketer and only make …
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Tweet With fall approaching, there’s lots of things to look forward to. The weather cooling off. Leaves changing into beautiful colors. The transition from summer to fall weather is also important for event organizers to keep in mind, as there are types of events that are typically held during the fall season. There are also …
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Tweet When you’re planning an outdoor special event, such as a wedding, party, or music festival, the weather is always going to be a concern you want to address. Even if the event is not outdoors itself, bad weather could still deter people from attending. The last thing any event organizer wants is for their …
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Weathering Golf Olympics

August 12th, 2016 | Posted by Julia Maltz in Uncategorized - (0 Comments)

Tweet There have been some interested weather-related issues facing golfers in the Rio Olympics this summer. The threat of Zika virus caused some players — including pros Rory McIlroy, Jason Day, Jordan Spieth, and Dustin Johnson — to opt out of playing in the Olympic games. More recently, large capybaras were spotted on the Olympic …
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Tweet When people hear of weather insurance for the first time, they may be confused in regard to the types of coverage it provides. People typically associate weather insurance with simply protecting an event from rainfall or snow storms. While weather insurance does protect against severe weather conditions, it expands to provide coverage for many …
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Tweet The 2016 Summer Olympics will begin in just a few weeks on August 5! People all across the globe are growing more excited about seeing national teams compete. This year, the games will be held in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. While people are looking forward to the games, they may not be concentrating on …
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