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Help for Restaurant Operators After Irma Storms into Florida

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Help for Restaurant Operators After Irma Storms into Florida

With business owners starting to assess Hurricane Irma’s damages, the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association offered tips for operators to use during recovery.

Hurricane Irma barreled through Florida Sunday, causing massive damage, flooding and power outages across the state. The storm hit just one week after Hurricane Harvey devastated Houston, Texas.

Officials urged about 6.3 million people in the state to evacuate before Irma made landfall, and at least four deaths were linked to the storm, published reports indicated. As Irma moved up Florida’s western coast, it weakened into a tropical storm. Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina are now in its path.

FLRA offers tips on what to do next

With business owners starting to assess damages, the Florida Restaurant & Lodging Association offered suggestions and resources that restaurant operators can tap into for the latest information and assistance during recovery:

For additional information and continued updates, visit FRLA’s Hurricane Resource Center for a comprehensive guide of tips on how to recover and rebuild.

Contact the FRLA for more information and assistance.

Posted by on September 12, 2017.

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