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Provides a list of local member businesses collecting donations, volunteering, and providing services to those in need following Hurricane Harvey. This sample was provided as part of the 2018 Chamber of the Year application.
Shares the latest information about Hurricane Florence and offers 3 tips: get informed, get prepared, and stay connected. Read part 2 of this blog series.
Provides links to follow local media and government on social media and provides key reminders about water storage and insurance. Read part 1 of this blog series.
Informs members about a FEMA app that can be installed on mobile devices in advance of Hurricane Florence and notifies them that information from FEMA about filling claims will be forthcoming.
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber sends an email and press release to investors every year at the start of hurricane season with business advice about how to prepare for a disaster and links to how to find information.
The Hawaii Visitors & Convention Bureau has developed a social media campaign #ExploreIslandofHawaii to dispel erroneous media coverage, highlight the breadth of opportunities that the island of Hawaii has to offer, and change the perception that the entire island is dangerous due to the erupting volcano. See also Kilauea Volcano Update Press Release.
Offers an update about the Kilauea Volcano and provides information about ways to help ensure accurate reporting of the situation. See also the #ExploreIslandofHawaii Social Media Campaign Press Release.
Boots, Business and BBQ is a cowboy-themed fundraiser to help rebuild small businesses in the communities hit the hardest by Hurricane Harvey.
This temporary grant fund was established to help with immediate expenses related to business recovery for businesses in northwest Harris County that experienced flooding damage as a result of Hurricane Harvey and to reduce the chance that area businesses will close.
The Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce partnered with MBAF to administer and analyze its 2017 survey on "The Impact of Hurricane Irma on Your Business." This report gives stats on the local business impact in both short and long-term recovery aspects.