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Fourth of July Fireworks Safety Tips

Fireworks safety tips for 4th of July. 

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Water Damage Mitigation – Plumbing

Taking steps to avoid plumbing issues can be quite simple, consider a few of these tips.

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5 Tips to Beat the Heat this Summer

With the summer months approaching, the temperatures and humidity tend to rise in Florida. It is important you and your family take precautions as the temperatures begin to climb this summer. Consider these tips to stay cool.

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3 Safety Tips for National Water Safety Month

Water safety should be a top priority for your entire family. Please keep these tips in mind before you take a dip this summer:

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May 4th is World Password Day

On May 4th, World Password Day, Florida Peninsula would like to take a moment to remind you of the importance of keeping your passwords safe, secure, and complex. 

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Time to Spring Forward for Daylight Saving Time

On March 10th, at 2:00 am, the clocks will spring forward 1 hour to start Daylight Saving Time. Here are a few tips to make adjusting to the new time a little easier.

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Safety Tips for a Spooktacular Halloween

Halloween is known to be one of the spookiest days of the year. However, Halloween may turn scary when safety precautions are overlooked. According to Safe Kids Worldwide, three in four parents express concerns about their children’s safety on Halloween. To make Halloween a Spooktacular time for all, consider these safety tips: Walking Parents and/or responsible adults should always supervise their children while trick-or-treating. Look both ways before crossing the street as drivers may have a difficult time seeing you. Put electronics away to avoid distractions. Always walk on sidewalks or paths.  Costumes Adhere reflective tape or stickers on bags and costumes to be seen by drivers. Do not let your child wear a mask while walking, as some masks may obstruct their vision. When picking a costume, be sure it is the right size and length to avoid trips and falls. Choose fire-retardant costumes and accessories.    Driving ...

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National Cyber Security Awareness Month

October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month. Created by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the National Cyber Security Alliance, Cyber Security Awareness Month serves to bring awareness to the increasing risk of your personal data being hacked online.   Living in an ever-changing digital world, it is crucial you take steps to guard your personal information online. Here are some tips for increasing your cyber security: Be cautious about what you click on Avoid sending or storing personal information on your cell phone, tablet, laptop, and computer Do not use untrustworthy public wireless hot-spots Never leave your devices unattended Update your computer software with the latest security Avoid suspicious emails and phone calls We hope you follow these tips to prevent your personal data from becoming hacked. Should you fall victim to identity theft online, Florida Peninsula Insurance Company stands ready to assist you. We offer protection ...

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Little Known Facts About Labor Day

    Today, September 3rd, 2018 we celebrate Labor Day.  While you are relaxing on your day off, grilling, swimming, playing, and enjoying time with your friends and family, here a few facts about Labor Day you may not have known.   Did you know the origins of Labor Day are not American?  True.  Although Labor Day is often considered an American holiday, Canada honored its laborers in 1872 when they showed support for their striking workforce in a nine-hour event in the city of Toronto.  The first Labor Day was celebrated in the United States in New York City, on September 5, 1882; ten years later.   Do you know who is credited for starting the Labor Day movement in the United States?  It is quite possible, nobody knows.  There is great disagreement as to who may have started the movement.  While many believe, Peter J. McGuire, co-founder of the American Federation of Labor, began this labor movement through his union, others credit Matthew Maguire ...

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Ways to Have Fun This Family Fun Month

The month of August is “Family Fun Month”. Before life becomes hectic with back to school purchase and school projects, take some time to enjoy your family. Plan great activities designed to bring all members of your family together and create memories for a lifetime. Here are 10 activities you can do with your family during Family Fun Month: Go to the movies Ride your bikes Go to the beach Go to the park Play a sport Go to a concert or professional sporting event Have a family game night Go to the pool Bake some cookies or a cake Have a family barbecue  Capture photos of your family fun this August and enter to win a special picnic basket prize from Florida Peninsula. Throughout August month, post pictures of how you and your family are celebrating Family Fun Month on social media and use the hashtag #FPIFamilyFunMonth to enter to win a picnic basket. Our winner will be announced on August 31st. Enjoy spending time with your ...

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