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American Gothic, Crisis City and WeatherCall

American Gothic House and Crisis City Choose WeatherCall for the Safety of their Hosts and Guests

house18You have likely heard of it, and most likely seen the painting inspired by it.  According to its website,
 “Come to Eldon, Iowa and view the exterior of the house that inspired Grant Wood to paint 
American Gothic, one of the most recognized paintings in the world. Tour the adjacent American Gothic House Center which showcases Grant Wood’s life and the history of the house. Props on hand encourage visitors to pose in front of the historic American Gothic House and create their own unique American Gothic portrait.” When you do visit, you will know you are protected from severe weather by WeatherCall Enterprise commercial severe weather notification service.


Wooden-GothicWhile the American Gothic House might be most famous for the painting, it is a piece of the culture of Iowa.  Iowa is also known for extreme weather, including severe thunderstorms, flash flooding and tornadoes.  When you visit the American Gothic House and Visitor’s Center, you can rest assured that if a severe thunderstorm, including damaging winds, large hail, flooding rains, or tornadoes, is headed toward the museum, the hosts of the property will be notified of the danger by WeatherCall.  That way, guests can be told of the danger, and instructed as to the safest thing to do and where to shelter. WeatherCall Enterprise is in over 1200 business locations in the nation, and WeatherCall has been in the business of delivering the National Weather Service created and issued warnings more than 18 million times since 2007.

CrisisCityIn Salina, KS, the Kansas Division of Emergency Management has built Crisis City. It was developed to fill the need to enhance the state’s capability to defend against terrorism threats and respond to disasters and emergencies. Since then the mission of Crisis City has expanded to, “Provide Kansas first responders and those who do the dirty work with a world class, multidisciplinary, multi-agency training environment that has no rival.” The property has 7 venues for training, and is attracting attention world-wide.

If you have a business, museum, or a gathering place for the public or your own employees, consider using WeatherCall Enterprise as part of your safety plans.  We can help you protect your employees and guests when nature is at its worst.


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