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As a child, I have a vivid memory of being in a tornado that took our outdoor shed, all of the possessions inside, and left our neighborhood in disarray with fallen trees and destruction throughout. At the time, my father was working nights. My mother, my siblings and I crawled into the space under our […]

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If you are going to operate restaurants that never close and you want to be successful at it, planning is a big part of your job. When running a 24/7 restaurant, if you don’t plan well, then every day will be an emergency. That’s been our philosophy at Waffle House restaurants since we opened our […]

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From tornadoes and ice storms to wildfires and earthquakes, it’s been a wild year of weather in the state of Georgia. And with hurricane season still under way, there’s no telling what may occur in the months ahead.  That’s why it’s so critical to take the time to prepare your homes, workplaces and communities for […]

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It’s Small Business Week, which means it’s time to celebrate the entrepreneurs and companies that create most of the jobs in this country. Anyone who has owned or worked for a small business knows how demanding it can be, and important tasks often get put on the back burner in the face of immediate concerns. […]

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Is your business prepared for a disaster? As a corporate sponsor of the Ready Georgia campaign, we at The Home Depot take emergency preparedness seriously. That’s why we have a business continuity plan in place for whatever comes our way. Here in Georgia, we’re susceptible to a myriad of potential natural and manmade disasters, so […]

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