Isabel Jimenez, left, and Nicasio Dezalez salvage what they can from her Tupelo, MS, restaurant after a tornado struck earlier this year.
No destructive hurricanes made landfall in the U.S. in 2013, and that lucky streak has held up through 2014 so far. But coastal-area restaurant operators still must be ready should one hit, just as operators elsewhere may have to deal with unexpected damage from a flood, tornado, forest fire or other natural disaster. Where to start? “The bulk of a restaurant operator’s storm preparation should happen before the storm appears on the radar screen,” said Beth Krantz of Cintas ...
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