Philadelphia Floor Store launches blog series

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Conshohocken, Pa.—Philadelphia Floor Store (PFS), which lost its headquarters and distribution center to a fire in May, recently launched a new Lessons Learned blog series with the goal of helping other small business owners avoid insurance pitfalls and be prepared in the event of a disaster strike.

The company will delve into insurance coverage as it relates to small businesses and examine some of the common mistakes business owners make. Blog posts will focus on everything from making sure businesses have the proper insurance coverage to how to develop a disaster recovery plan.

“The ultimate goal is to help our customers and other small business owners stay in business should disaster strike,” said Mike Glavin, founder and owner of PFS.

The company’s Lessons Learned blog is available at blog.phillyfloor.com.

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