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April 6, 2011 / Dave Gorham

It's Back: The 2011 Hurricane Seminar for Business and Industry

Hurricane Seminar for Business and IndustryConditions around the U.S. currently range from dry to enjoyable to downright chilly, rainy and snowy.  But hurricane season is just a little over 7 weeks away.  And since luck favors the well prepared, we’ve already scheduled the 22nd Annual Hurricane Seminar for Business and Industry to take place on Tuesday morning, May 24th.  Considering some recent developments in the industry, the theme of this year’s seminar is, appropriately, Innovation, New Techniques and What to Expect in 2011.

It’s hard to believe it’s been 22 years since we started this seminar.  During my 20 years of involvement with it, I’ve watched it grow from a medium-size group of Universal Weather clients in a media room at HQ to one of the largest business-focused disaster preparedness events in the region with attendees from throughout North America, it’s become an event so large that only a few meeting places in Houston can accommodate us.  But the vast majority of attendees return year after year and they tell us that – year after year – we provide them with a  genuinely informative, interesting and productive seminar.

Eight speakers – each not only an expert but also a nationally-renowned presenter – join us this year for a four-hour live seminar that will focus partially on what we expect this season but much more about what’s new to help prepare for it.  And yes, we’re also tossing in a hot breakfast buffet.  Because everyone loves a hot breakfast buffet.

Go find out more and register at   We’ll see you on the May 24th.


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