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HURRICANE MATTHEW

We are standing by to help you after a storm. If you have experienced storm damage, please wait until it is safe to survey the extent of the damage, take prudent measures to prevent further loss, and call us at 941-366-8424 If our phones are not operational, call our toll-free number at 866-298-8283 or you can

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Atlas Volunteers for Habitat Sarasota

Team Atlas spent a Saturday volunteering with Habitat for Humanity Sarasota. 11 employees showed up to the job site ready to get their hands dirty. Habitat for Humanity is always looking for volunteers. You can be skilled or unskilled, volunteer one-time, on a regular basis, or drop in as available. For information on how to help contact: Volunteer

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Helpful Apps for Hurricane Season

 Getting Tech Ready Store your important documents such as personal and financial records in a password protected area in the cloud or a secure flash or jump drive that you can keep readily available. A flash drive can be kept on a key ring so it can be accessed from any computer, anytime, anywhere. Remember

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Annual Back to School Drive Benefitting SPARCC

Our awesome employees donated money and school supplies in participation with the FAIA Young Agent’s Council and our Zone 8 Member Agencies! SPARCC will be the recipient again this year, and if you would like to donate supplies, all donations can be dropped off at SPARCC Main Office: 2139 Main Street in downtown Sarasota. To

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2016 Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotee County Shelter Locations

2016 Sarasota, Manatee, and Charlotte County Shelter Locations

Sarasota County Shelter Locations Shelter openings may vary with each emergency.  Do not go to the shelter until local officials announce through the media that the shelter is open.  Shelter openings will differ by size and intensity of a disaster. Ashton Elementary School 5110 Ashton Rd. – Sarasota Atwater Elementary 4701 Huntsville Ave. – North

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2016 Disaster Supply List

Download a printable version of the checklist here. First-Aid Supplies ❑ First-aid kit and manual ❑ Hand wipes or hand sanitizer ❑ Antiseptic wipes ❑ Cold pack ❑ Scissors ❑ Tweezers ❑ Cotton balls ❑ Thermometer ❑ Sunscreen ❑ Bandages Equipment, Tools & Food ❑ NOAA Weather Radio, portable battery-powered or hand-cranked radio or television,

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Hurricane Watch & Warning – The Difference

What is the difference between a hurricane watch and a warning? A warning means that hurricane conditions are expected whereas a watch means that conditions are possible. What is the difference between a hurricane watch and a warning? Hurricane warnings indicate that hurricane conditions (sustained winds of 74 mph or higher) are expected somewhere within

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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT FOR ATLAS CLIENTS:

We are standing by to help you after a storm. If you have experienced storm damage, please wait until it is safe to survey the extent of the damage, take prudent measures to prevent further loss, and call us at 941-366-8424 If our phones are not operational, call our toll-free number at 866-298-8283 or you can

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atlas goes blue

Atlas goes Blue to Honor Child Abuse Awareness Month

Atlas Employees teamed up with the The Child Protection Center by wearing blue to recognize National Child Abuse Awareness Month.

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Meet Linda

Linda is a Select Commercial Account Manager who has been part of the Atlas team since 2008. She has worked in the insurance industry since moving to Florida in 1984 and obtained her Certified Insurance Counselor (CIC) designation in 2013. Linda enjoys spending time with retired Southeastern Service dog Roxie and visiting family in Seattle

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