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We are aware that at the end of the year what matters is if you achieved your sales goals, that is why we concentrate on developing not only the strategy but the tools and above all we accompany you, being a constant support for the achievement of your objectives. 80 more words

Trump’s "Great" Cleanup is Years Behind Puerto Rico's Needs

A year after Hurricane Maria

❝ A year ago, shortly after Hurricane Maria tore its way across Puerto Rico and upended Ana Rodriguez’s small mountain town, all she wanted was reliable electricity and safe drinking water in her home.

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Presidential alert system's first test: If you have a cell phone, expect a call Thursday

Cell phone users around the country will receive a presidential alert message Thursday as part of a nationwide test. (Contributed photo/FEMA)

The Federal Emergency Management Agency is testing a new “presidential alert” system this week, allowing for a message to be sent to every cell phone in the U.S. 492 more words

Nationwide emergency alerting test postponed until Oct. 3

BREAKING NEWS: The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), in coordination with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), postponed a nationwide test of the emergency alert system (EAS) and wireless emergency alerts (WEA) until Oct. 189 more words

If Trump’s Hurricane Killed 3,000, Obama’s Hurricane Killed 20,000

The hurricane double standard from Sandy to Maria.

Hurricane Sandy was the deadliest hurricane to hit the East Coast since the 70s. It had the most direct fatalities, with 49 drownings in homes and cars, and 20 deaths caused by falling trees out of the 72 direct deaths that occurred in the United States.

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Current Events


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Looking for somewhere to donate/give?  There are people in the Carolina’s that need our help.  You don’t need a lengthy report on the damage from Florence or a lecture from me on why.  74 more words

How to (Mostly) Block Donald Trump's Emergency Text

On October 3, at around 2:00PM Eastern Time (and for up to 30 minutes after), every cell phone in the United States is set to light up with a test “presidential alert” message.1  This intrusion, and the inability to opt out or block it, has upset enough people to kick off a #GoDark920 movement, encouraging Americans to turn off their phones for the entire day.  1,037 more words