Something that many may forget around this time of year is the impact of demand in the fuel industry. The increase in fuel usage can catch many off guard and unprepared when coordinating their fuel schedules. Beyond the increase in demand the winter always brings its own challenges such as inclement weather causing delays and closures.
Ever watch a sport where a backup player enters a game only to perform at a level much lower than those getting the frequent playing time? Is it because that player truly is a bench player who has less talent than the ones getting the reps? Or could it have something to do with the fact that they are being asked to perform without the proper skills, coaching, or training? Things such as lack of training, warm up periods, stretching, or enough game time experience could all play a part in why a backup player may under perform.
It would be great if we were able to post a story about how Hurricane/Tropical Storm Florence was a complete miss or that the impact was much lighter than expected. Unfortunately as some know that is far from the case. Florence has devastated the Southeast primarily in the Carolina's and parts of Virginia.
Well, the kickoff to summer is finally here! It’s Memorial Day weekend and families are packing up the cars and hitting the roads for one of the highest traveled holidays of the year. But will this year’s holiday weekend be as highly traveled as past years? The answer is yes, and by near-record numbers!
Time to break out the short sleeves, hit the golf course and maybe even start planting your garden . . . winter is over! In some of our previous blogs you may have read about this past winter and how it has been a bit harsher and prolonged than previous winters. While most can celebrate the finish of winter storms we prefer to prepare and stay cautious of the tropical storms/hurricanes that are now expected for 2018. According to Colorado State University, this hurricane season is expected be more active bringing 14 named storms, 7 hurricanes, and 3 major hurricanes. This brings a higher forecast than the 30-year average (12 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2 major hurricanes). So what does this mean for the U.S.?