New England just got pounded with one of the worst blizzards in recent memory. It was so severe that some parts of the area experienced hurricane force winds and a state of emergency was declared that prompted the deployment of the National Guard to the region to keep order and make sure people stayed safe. Less than a week later, another snow storm dumped over a foot in Massachusetts. The threat of roofs collapsing from the weight of all the accumulated snow is a real and present danger.
The Enservio SOS team has set up camp at the “Insurance Village” at Moore, Oklahoma’s First Baptist Church this week. With a banner stretched across its front grill spelling out “Contents Inventory Services,” the RV office “will stay parked at least a week and longer if needed,” says Dan Glaser, VP, Account Management & Advanced Client Services, Enservio. “A lot of Top 10 carriers are on-site with us and we’ll be synched up with our regional carriers too.”
The nation has Moore, OK, in its thoughts, and we in Massachusetts are no exception. Tragedies of this magnitude bring out the best in people with everyone trying to help. We at Enservio spend hours helping people “get their stuff back” in all types of perils, but it is in scenarios such as this when our people really shine.