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    Celebrate National Preparedness Month: Enter the “30 Days, 30 Ways Preparedness Challenge”

    September 1 through 30

    The “30 Days, 30 Ways Preparedness Challenge” is lighthearted game with a very serious message: sharing practical readiness tips that help citizens and communities prepare for emergencies and disasters.

    Created and operated by the Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency (CRESA) in Vancouver, Washington, the competition was developed as a way to spotlight National Preparedness Month. Today, that local effort has grown to include more than 4,500 entries from across the nation and is endorsed by the National Preparedness Community of FEMA (Federal Emergency Management Agency).

    Each day throughout September, one winning preparedness tip will be posted online at 30days30ways.com. Entries are judged on creativity, relevance to the day’s theme, and the importance of their message.

    Anyone is welcome to play the game, whether you have emergency management experience or not. Enter as many times as you like at 30Days30Ways.com, or by email at info@30days30ways.com.

    Winners of the “30 Days, 30 Ways Preparedness Challenge” receive prizes donated by the public. You can donate to the prize pool at GoFundMe.
     

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