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Hurricane Harvey’s impact was devastating. It’s no surprise that natural disasters affect up to 100,000 US jobs each month.1 Houston area business owners, are you keeping your eye on the sky?

2005: Hurricane Katrina…


evacuees from New Orleans to Houston.2

2011: Tropical Storm Irene…


2,000 roads,

200 miles

of rail,

and closed

200 bridges3

in Vermont alone.

2001: Tropical Storm Allison…

Caused approximately

$5 billion

in damage4



automobiles and 73,000 houses5


7.9 million

businesses and households without power6

Man-made infrastructure has its own risks:

When channels at the California Oroville Dam were at risk of failing, more than

188k citizens

were evacuated.7

More than

243,000 cars

a day passed through Atlanta, Georgia’s I-85 bridge before it collapsed in March 20178 due to a fire. This caused a massive productivity issues, affecting business’s supply chains, revenue, and employee commutes.9

2017: Harvey may end up being one of the US’s most expensive storms in history…

Dumping more than

51 inches

of rain within 4 days. Early estimates predict more than

$40 billion in damages10

Despite these risks, more than


of businesses surveyed lacked a recovery plan.11

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  6. Hurricane Sandy Fast Facts
  1. 188,000 evacuated as California’s massive Oroville Dam threatens catastrophic floods
  2. GDOT: 243,000 cars a day pass through stretch of I-85
    near bridge collapse
  3. Fiery I-85 bridge collapse is economic blow to Atlanta
  4. How Much Damage Will Harvey Cause?
  5. Disaster Recovery Preparedness Benchmark Survey

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