(disaster) An earthquake, landslide or sinkhole.
(disaster) A flood.
(disaster) A tornado, hurricane or typhoon.
(disaster) A wind or hale storm.
(disaster) A fire.
(disaster) A blizzard, ice storm, or extreme cold.
(disaster) A drought or extreme heat.
(disaster) Any other type of disaster that forced you to close for at least 24 hours.
Over the last three years, what was the most costly type of natural disaster, including any fire, to strike your business even if you didnít have to close, OR during that time havenít you really experienced a disaster?
In terms of minutes, hours or days, how much warning, if any, did you have that this disaster might strike you?
Volume 4, Issue 5, 2004
ISSN - 1534-8326
William J. Dennis, Jr.
NFIB Research Foundation
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