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San Francisco NAFA Chapter Holds Disaster Preparedness Meeting on Oct. 10

September 25, 2007

SAN FRANCISCO – The San Francisco Chapter of the National Association of Fleet Administrators (NAFA) is holding a Disaster Preparedness Meeting on Oct. 10 at Bold Knight Bistro.

This meeting will feature a presentation from Cindy Stewart, emergency planning coordinator for the Santa Clara County Office of Emergency Services. Attendees will receive information, take-away tools, and ideas on how to best prepare your business and home for disasters. Recent lessons learned point to the importance of individual preparedness going beyond simple cans of food and water. Does your company or agency have plans in place so that employees and customers can depend on an efficient return to normalcy? How will you handle the needs of your family and residence? There will be time at the end of the presentation to share ideas and best practices.

RSVP to mailto:[email protected], by Oct. 2 to reserve your seat and confirm your lunch selection.

Also, save the date: Dec. 5 for the annual Holiday Luncheon to benefit the Bay Area Crisis Nursery. Lunch will be held at Ruth’s Chris in Walnut Creek. Details will follow soon.
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