Corpus Christi, TX, April 20, 2007 --(PR.com
)-- The Corpus Christi firm, Disaster Recovery One announced that it will be educating students all over South Texas about the importance for disaster preparedness.
Driscoll ISD will be the first district to educate the students through 30 minute presentations in the gymnasium on April 27th, 2007. Noonan Elementary in Alice is slated to do the same for its students on May 1st, 2007.
Several outside firms have already committed to this initiative that is sponsored by Disaster Recovery One. The McAllen based firm, South Texas Educational Systems will be loaning a student response system so that students are engaged in the presentation. The Corpus Christi based marketing firm, Rainmaker Enterprises will be printing all of the materials that are handed out to the students and YoGo Blue Business Technologies along with Promotional Solutions will be providing giveaways for participation and understanding.
Disaster Recovery One is committed to ensuring business survival in the event of a natural or man-made disaster but they further show their commitment to the community with this outreach program. Check them out online at www.DisasterRecoveryOne.com.
Bruce Aquilina states, “The outreach effort by Disaster Recovery One makes me proud of business in Corpus Christi. To reach out with no strings attached shows that this organization truly puts people first.” Disaster Recovery One is business centric but feels an educated community makes a successful community, especially in the event of a natural disaster such as a hurricane.
Disaster Recovery One can be reached online or you can email them at PR@DisasterRecoveryOne.com