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Archive for May, 2015

Annual Michael Tambureno Memorial Garage Sale in support A.L.S.

Tue, 19th May, 2015 - Posted by - Comments Off on Annual Michael Tambureno Memorial Garage Sale in support A.L.S.

 

Annual Michael Tambureno Memorial Garage Sale/BBQ in support of ALS.

Sat. June 13th & Sun. June 14th

Please join us, we’d love to see you at 58 Elder Ave., in Etobicoke, from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. both days.  There will be great items to be raffled off again this year and a BBQ at the lunch hour (hot dogs and refreshments.  Please spread the word to your family and friends, it would be greatly appreciated.

Michelle Ford Event Organizer,was able to raise $3,000 last year with your support;  she’s hoping to at least match that this year.

Come on out and Help us support A.L.S. Chapter here in Ontario

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Happy Victoria Day Weekend

Fri, 15th May, 2015 - Posted by - Comments Off on Happy Victoria Day Weekend

Please be advised our Office will be closed Monday May 18th in Celebration of Victoria Day.

Be Safe Have Fun,

Your Expo Insurance Team.

 

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3 Steps for Disaster Preparedness by Travelers Ins

Tue, 12th May, 2015 - Posted by - Comments Off on 3 Steps for Disaster Preparedness by Travelers Ins

Whether it is preparing for a natural disaster like Superstorm Sandy or avoiding common causes of everyday disasters like water damage, fires and carbon monoxide poisoning, there are resources for home and business owners that can help protect lives and property.

 

3 steps for disaster preparedness

1. Create a survival kit In creating a survival kit, think about what you would need if you were stranded away from home for three to seven days. Prepare your kit well in advance so that if you have to evacuate quickly, you are able to take your essentials with you. o Canned food and other nonperishable food, along with a non-electric can opener o Enough water for a gallon of water per person, per day o Toiletries and personal items o Flashlights and plenty of batteries o A portable radio and/or television o Prescription medications o Extra clothing and blankets o A first-aid kit o Emergency cash and credit cards o A copy of your homeowners insurance policy o A copy of an inventory of your home’s contents o Other personal documents

2. Have a plan Well before a disaster strikes, you should be thinking about your evacuation plan. An evacuation plan that is spelled out and distributed to everyone in the family well in advance is a good strategy for success in case of disaster. o Designate a place for all family members to meet. Make sure the meeting place is outside the impacted area. Meeting place: o Map out an evacuation route. While there may be one welltraveled route to your meeting place, make sure you have alternate routes mapped out in case your main route is blocked. o Keep your fuel tank filled in your car. Determine how much fuel you will need to reach your meeting place. o Identify a contact person outside the affected area. Give their contact information to everyone in the family so they can serve as a point of contact should you get separated. Contact person: Phone number:

3. Build an inventory In the event of severe damage to your home or business, having a current inventory of your possessions – including make and model numbers – can help you get your insurance claim settled faster, verify losses for your income tax return and help you purchase the correct amount of insurance. • Take pictures. Take pictures of rooms and important individual items. Label pictures with a description, including where you bought it and the make, model and serial number. • Create an electronic file. Use your computer to make your inventory list. Personal finance software packages often include a homeowner’s room-by-room inventory program. • Store the list, photos and tapes. Regardless of how you create it (written list, flash drive, photos, video or audio), keep your inventory, along with receipts, in your safe deposit box or at a friend’s or colleague’s home. • Consider expensive items. Valuable items like jewelry, art and collectibles may have increased in value since you received them. Check with your agent to make sure that you have adequate insurance for these items. They may need to be insured separately.

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