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Great Hurricane Blowout Aims To Help Residents Of Storm-Prone States Breathe A Little Easier This Season

April 14th, 2010 · No Comments

The Federal Alliance for Safe Homes is launching the Great Hurricane Blowout, an outreach campaign created to encourage and inspire residents in hurricane-prone states to be proactive about their personal hurricane preparedness during storm season. According to the website:

Join the Blowout now and stay with us throughout April and May as surprise celebrities and experts will guide you through the right steps to get you and your home prepared.

Follow us as the six phases unfold and get the whole family involved. As each phase goes live, it will build on the last to create a comprehensive preparedness plan that answers important questions like: Where will you go if you have to evacuate? What will you take with you? Will you stay home and shelter in place with your disaster supply kit? What will you keep in your kit? How will your home and your belongings fare if a storm strikes?

Move through the Blowout with us and, by the beginning of hurricane season on June 1st, you will be able to answer these questions and breathe easy knowing that you’re ready. On June 1st, you can join us and Dine in the Dark to test your new disaster supply kits by cooking up celebrity “power-free” recipes and more.

For more information, you can visit and view materials, tools, videos and photos to help them prepare for home emergencies caused by natural disasters.

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