Take the eMail Preparedness Pledge!

Hi Everyone!

I don’t know about you, but I am CONSTANTLY sending eMails to my friends and family to let them know the important things in my life (or to forward the next best joke to them! :)). Imagine what could happen if, with every eMail you sent, you taught someone how to be safe, and how to be prepared for disaster? Just think of how many lives you could touch, and how many lives you could potentially save….all with just an eMail!

That’s why I’m committing to educating EVERYONE I touch through eMail on the “Preparedness Tip of the Month”. It’s as easy as changing your signature block on your eMail program to include the tip that we send out each month. This month’s tip is:

***** HEAT STROKE (also known as sunstroke) is a
life-threatening condition. Call 9-1-1 or your local emergency number
immediately! Signs include: hot, red skin which may be dry or moist; changes in
consciousness; vomiting; and high body temperature. *****
Click on the link http://bit.ly/RedCrossReady
and learn how to BE PREPARED!

It’s that easy! With every eMail you send, you are potentially saving someone’s life. (Think about how many eMails you send in a day! That’s a lot of impact you can have!)

So, take the ‘eMail Preparedness Pledge’ with me, and add the Preparedness Tip Of The Month to your eMail signature today!

Thanks!
Luke Bolz
Director of Volunteer Services
Greater Ozarks Chapter of the
American Red Cross

P.s. If you add this, or something similiar to your eMail signature, let us know! We’d love to hear about it! 🙂

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