DELAND, GIBSON INSURANCE PRESENTS

When Disaster Strikes:
Would Your Company Survive?

The US Government states that 25% of all businesses do not reopen after a major disaster – this statistic grows with the length of time shut down.  With increasing weather severity this is a topic that cannot be ignored when insulating your firm from risk.

Join Deland, Gibson Insurance along with special guests Danielle Vollmar from WCVB Channel 5 and Kevin Binder of Agility Recovery for an interactive learning session on severe weather, business continuity and disaster recovery planning.

We invite you to join us at:

Brae Burn Country Club
326 Fuller Street, West Newton
Tuesday, June 24
7:15 – 8:00a: Breakfast
8:00 – 9:00a: Presentation

To RSVP or find out more about this event, please contact: info@delandgibson.com

Danielle VollmarDanielle Vollmar is a StormTeam 5 meteorologist for WCVB-TV Channel 5.  She joined WCVB-TV in April 2013 serving as the meteorologist for the weekend editions of the “EyeOpener” newscasts.Prior to joining WCVB-TV, Danielle was the evening meteorologist on KDAF-TV (CW33) in Dallas. She also hosted the CW 33 morning show, “Eye Opener”, which was broadcast on the Tribune TV stations in Dallas, Houston, Miami, Philly and Portland.Danielle is a Certified Broadcast Meteorologist (CBM) and was honored with an AP Award for “Best Weathercast” when she was the midday meteorologist at WBOC-TV (CBS) in Salisbury, MD.A graduate of Cornell University, Danielle began her career while still in school as the fill-in weather anchor for WENY-TV in Elmira, New York.Danielle volunteers a great deal in her community and is a past chair of the American Lung Association Stairclimb in Oklahoma City. She is also a member of Junior League. When not working or volunteering, Danielle is a passionate runner and has completed 4 half marathons.

Kevin BinderKevin Binder is Area Director for Agility Recovery.For over 25 years, Agility Recovery has been the premier provider of disaster recovery solutions across the United States and Canada. Formerly a division of General Electric, Agility has had a long and successful history helping businesses survive after a disaster.Our approach is simple. When you join Agility, experts work with you to develop a disaster plan. Then, should you experience an interruption, Agility is on the scene delivering whatever you need to get back up and running including: office space, power, telephone and internet access, computers, servers, operating systems, printers and more.Agility is the difference between giving in to a crisis and surviving one.Too often, businesses hit with a crisis close for good because they’re unable to respond quickly and effectively. That’s not the case for Agility members. The moment disaster strikes, Agility is on the job assessing, strategizing and mobilizing our resources to get your operation up and running without delay. In fact, in the past 24 years we have recovered 1000’s of businesses and never failed.