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**MEDIA ADVISORY** Post-Irma Insurance Village and Disaster Recovery Center Open Tomorrow in Jacksonville

9/18/2017

For Immediate Release:
September 18, 2017
 
Contact: Ashley Carr
(850) 413–2842
 
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Tomorrow, Tuesday, September 19, CFO Jimmy Patronis and Senator Marco Rubio will co-host an on-site insurance village and comprehensive disaster recovery center in Jacksonville. Local, state, and federal partners, including FEMA, will be in attendance to offer Floridians a wide array of relief assistance in one centralized location.
 
Insurance experts from CFO Patronis’ Department of Financial Services will be on hand to answer Floridians’ insurance-related questions and concerns. CFO Patronis has also arranged for several insurance companies with policies in the impacted areas to be on-site to help Floridians file post-storm claims. Consumers are encouraged to bring copies of all insurance policies with them to these events. A list of participating insurance companies is available here.
 
WHAT:             Insurance Village and Disaster Recover Center
 
WHERE:            Prime F. Osborn III Convention Center
                        1000 Water Street
                        Jacksonville, Fla. 32204
 
WHEN:             Tuesday, September 19
                        8:00am to 6:00pm EST*
 
*CFO Patronis will be on-site and available to media at 11:00am EST
 
In addition to Senator Marco Rubio’s staff and those participating from the Department of Financial Services, the following companies, non-profit organizations, and federal and state agencies have confirmed:
 
• Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
• American Red Cross
• Florida SBDC Network
• U.S. Small Business Administration
• Florida Departments of Children and Families and Economic Opportunity
• First Data Corporation
• Anheuser-Busch Companies
• CareerSource Florida
• ElderSource
• United Way of Florida
• The Salvation Army
 
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