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"SPRING CLEANING"

ANNOUNCER:
There are always things you mean to get around to. Like spring-cleaning. But put that off and the worse that can happen is a few more dust bunnies under the bed. Put off protecting your home against flooding and you could lose everything. And new flood policies take 30 days to take effect. So don't wait. Call 1-800-427-2297 or visit floodsmart.gov today.

Brought to you by the National Flood Insurance Program


"7-DAY FORECAST"

ANNOUNCER:
Next time you check the 7-day forecast, remember, it takes 30 days for a new flood insurance policy to take effect. So no matter how many sunny days appear to be on the horizon, there's no time to waste. Fact is, rainstorms can cause flood damage hundreds of miles from the coast. To find out how to protect your home against flooding, call 1-800-427-2297 or visit floodsmart.gov today.

Brought to you by the National Flood Insurance Program


"UNINVITED GUESTS"

ANNOUNCER:
We've all had uninvited guests. You know, the ones that just "drop by". But itÂ’s the ones that plant themselves on your couch and show no signs of leaving that you really have to worry about. You can look at rainstorms the same way. Slow-moving storms dump so much rain inland; they've caused some of the worst floods in history. And experts say this year's storm season could be even worse. Protect your home today.

Call 1-800-427-2297 or visit floodsmart.gov.

Brought to you by the National Flood Insurance Program.

PRIMARY RESIDENCE DISCLAIMER


For flood insurance rating purposes, a primary residence is a building that will be lived in by the insured or the insured's spouse for at least 80 percent of the 365 days following the policy effective date. If the building will be lived in for less than 80 percent of the policy year, it is considered to be a non-primary residence.

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