Trick or Treat Safety Tips

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Trick-or-Treat Safety Tips

While Halloween is an exciting time of year, some tricks aren’t always a treat. Parents often worry about keeping their little monsters out of harm’s way. Therefore, we put together a few trick-or-treat safety tips for the big night. [Read more…]

Countdown to Summer: 5 Swimming Pool Safety Tips

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Swimming Pool Safety Tips

We are kicking off the summer season with the official opening of the Hirschfeld property pools. Woohoo! #GetYourSplashOn

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Shopping Mall Safety Tips

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You can never be too cautious. It may sound cliché, but safety is important.

Shopping in crowded malls while carrying multiple bags and items can make shoppers a target for criminals. Therefore, we put together a handful of shopping mall safety tips to help keep you and your belongings safe. Whether you are shopping alone or with small children, it’s important to take precautions.
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Safety Tips for the Holiday Season

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Holiday Safety Tips

We know it’s the most wonderful time of the year. However, to keep it the happiest season of all, we’ve compiled a number of holiday safety tips to help keep you and your loved ones out of harm’s way this holiday season.

So, while there will be parties for hosting, marshmallows for toasting, and caroling out in the snow, make sure you also keep these holiday safety tips in mind! [Read more…]

How to Survive an Attack of the “Irrational Shoppers” This Holiday

“Shopper Frenzy” Is In Full Effect – Be Prepared 


Tis the season for us all to show our true colors; and unfortunately for some (not any of us obviously) it’s not always pretty.  You know who we mean…We all know that once holiday season starts, people tend to get sucked into the “Irrational Shopper” frenzy. Meaning people are willing to dive, run, steal and push other people in order to get what they want. [Read more…]

10 Essential Components For An Emergency Preparedness Kit


What You Need To Be Prepared For The Worst

“Hope for the best but prepare for the worst,” the old saying goes. A good adage, but for the intents and purposes of having your home ready for an emergency, “prepare for the worst” is the part to focus on. September is National Preparedness Month, so read on and learn more about how you can ensure that you and your loved ones will have everything you need if (knock on wood) disaster strikes.

Unfortunate recent events have proven that extraordinary circumstances can quickly arise. Natural disasters like hurricanes or floods can impact any part of the country, and even more docile situations like massive, long-term blackouts can make for a sticky situation. You have to be ready, for yourself and your family. At the very least, when the zombie invasion hits you’ll be happy you read up on this. [Read more…]