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Memorial Day

Memorial Day is a federal holiday that we celebrate every year in the United States. On this day, we honor all of the men and women who died serving their country. THE HISTORY Although it was not commemorated on a specific day, nor was it done necessarily annually, Memorial Day can be dated back to ancient Greece and Rome. Back then, there were festivals celebrated to remember all of loved ones who had passed on. In Athens, there used to

Holiday Safety Tips

The Holiday Season is here, and with it, comes great expectations.  Expressions of love and support for family and friends will take over our thoughts and actions.  So, to make certain that we enjoy the holidays as we expect to, without incident, let’s all remember some basics about staying safe.   Decoration Safety Candles are a part of many holiday traditions, whether it is Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or Christmas. Keep all matches, lighters, and candles out of the reach of children. Make sure to keep the

Holiday Tree Safety

Christmas is right around the corner and now is the time everyone starts decorating their house and picking out a Christmas tree and getting into the holiday spirit. Christmas trees are such a tradition that brings families together, brings out the child in everyone, creates memories and also gives you pride in your home. Below are some guidelines on tree safety to help keep you and your family safe this Christmas. Picking the Tree: Find a healthy tree, preferably a tree

Black Friday

Black Friday is the day after Thanksgiving where stores all over the country have amazing deals for the holidays. What could possibly be the problem? SAFELY NAVIGATING THE CROWDS According to a study done in 2012 by Progressive Insurance Company, parking lot accidents are known to increase 36.5%when compared to Fridays two weeks before and after Black Friday. A.R. Davis is providing you with some tips to help keep all of our past, current, and potential future clients cautious. Be aware of your

Winter & Holiday: Home Fire Safety

I know we’re all snuggled up on the couch after we get home from a long day of work or going to school. We start cooking homemade meals that will keep us warm such as a pot of chili or soup or drinking hot cocoa by the fire or heater. We have candles lit around the house with the smell of pinecones, Christmas trees, sugar cookies and berries. Usually, around this time of year, we get stuck inside for most

Are You Prepared for Power Outages?

No Power? No Problem! Power outages can occur at any moment in time and when they do they’re almost always unexpected. When it comes to surviving a power outage, there are a few things to keep in mind that go beyond candle safety and digging out board games. By taking a few measures beforehand, you’ll be more comfortable and less panicked when the time does come and the power does goes out.       Power outages can occur at any moment in time and when

Flu Season is Around the Corner

  It has come to that time of the year when summer has ended and fall is here. Flu season is right around the corner when the weather starts getting colder, leaves are falling off of trees, and people begin to get sick. To avoid getting stuck with a week or two of feeling unwell and down, which may include everything from a runny nose, itchy sore throat to a cough, congestion, and mild fever here are some preventative steps to help your

Safely Driving Through Construction

We all know that summer is the worst time of the year when it comes to road construction because they’re trying to finish everything up before the cold fall and winter months gets here. It can be dangerous, hold up traffic and cause road rage with some. We want everyone to be safe so here are some tips to help you drive through it!                              No TEXTING or TALKING on the phone while driving. Always be a CAUTIOUS driver and

Halloween Safety

Halloween can be a frightening time of year. Whether it is the costume you are wearing or letting a child go out unsupervised. Here are some tips on how to stay safe during a fun night of trick-or-treating. Decorate the child’s costume with reflective tape or wear light colors. Make sure they have a flashlight for when it gets dark out and is hard to see. Children under the age of 12 should be accompanied by an adult. If the child is over

Fireworks Safety

This Saturday, July 4th,2015  marks the 239th anniversary of the United States Of America declaring itself an independent nation and the Americans among us celebrate this day of  Independence with parades, extraordinary fireworks displays, picnics, barbecues, and, where possible, fun in the sun at the beach! While July 4th is a day for Independence, fireworks and quality time with loved ones the holiday tradition of fireworks may not be enjoyed by everyone. A.R Davis is here to provide you with suggestions &