We stock tons of bottled water for hurricane season and it is a good way to basically rotate our stocks, most of it is donated from suppliers and a lot of it is near expiration dates... this way it don't go to waste and is the only cost is shipping.I'd like to know why they can't bring in water from the Dominican Republic and why they can't use the airport over there as well as their port, assuming they have one (must have one?). Wouldn't it make more sense to buy water in the D.R. than in Florida and have it transported in on airplanes?
Not sure where you heard this, but it is ridiculously FALSE!!I heard that the various charities have raised well over a million dollars for every Haitian!
51 state here it comes! Nation building ... it's an investment to the empire.
"We" as the State of Florida, actually the SERT (State Emergency Response Team). It started out as basically as hurricane supplies but has grown to include any disaster.We= roofing contractors, Floridians, or Daytonians?