Home Depot to host 700 hurricane preparedness clinics

The Home Depot (NYSE: HD) will organize 700 Hurricane Preparedness Workshops in a single-day effort to prepare residents in storm-prone regions for the upcoming hurricane season. On Saturday, May 31, the first day of hurricane season, Home Depot will host workshops at select store locations from the Gulf Coast to New England.

Workshop leaders will cover critical hurricane readiness topics, such as storm prep projects, generator safety, sizing generators for specific home or business needs and assembling disaster preparedness kits. For the second year in a row, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and The Ready Campaign will participate in the free clinics. Story

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