After a tornado, hurricane, or other severe storms, you and your family will be likely overwhelmed by the situation. It’s a good idea to have a plan of action for responding immediately in the event of injury, and also dealing with the losses to your home.
While tornadoes might not seem like a common occurrence, there are tornadoes in every state and over 1,200 every year in the country, it’s a very real possibility that a tornado could affect your home.
From humble beginnings at a kitchen table in Aaron Wilson’s apartment, Temporary Accommodations has experienced exponential growth since 1996. In the past year alone, 24 new employees were welcomed into our family and to our Atlanta headquarters--which quickly started to feel a bit crowded for the company’s big dreams.
The 2017 hurricane season was the costliest season in recorded history, with damages totaling upwards of 292 billion dollars. In comparison, 2005’s Hurricane Katrina which wreaked havoc upon New Orleans and the surrounding area brought about damages in the 159 billion range.
When disaster strikes, the last thing you will want is for your family to scramble to get to safety. Setting up a plan of action in which everyone knows their responsibilities is key to ensuring that everything can be taken care of as soon as possible.
The Atlanta Santa Run has been held annually since 2009, choosing different charities every year as the beneficiary. Temporary Accommodations has participated three years now and has raised tens of thousands of dollars each year.