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02/26/2020

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Tags: Dog CPR

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Categories: THEA Tips

How to Give Your Dog CPR 1. Position Your Dog For Treatment Lay your dog on a stable, flat surface with their right side down. Straighten their head and neck as best you can to create a direct passage for their airway. Pull the tongue forward so that it rests against the back of their […]

01/02/2020

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Categories: THEA Tips

With smartphones becoming a primary tool for offering round the clock accessibility and a way to accomplish work outside of the traditional office, more and more people are accessing their phones while they drive. While this might seem to offer additional productivity, it is a dangerous habit that distracts drivers from focusing all of their […]

12/02/2019

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Categories: Florida Travel Planning, THEA Tips

December is Road Trip season! Whether you have Winter vacation planned or are visiting your family for the holidays, driving can be an economical (and even fun!) way to get there. Here are our top five tips for planning your next road trip. Give yourself plenty of time. The worst feeling on a road trip […]

09/07/2019

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Categories: THEA Tips

Remember a time when everyone jumped from the front seat to the back seat with nothing more than your mom’s arm swinging in front of you for safety? With the increased number of cars on the roads, car seats and seat belts make a big difference in safety. Car seats, much like the advent of […]

08/07/2019

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Categories: THEA Tips

Living in a tropical climate means being prepared for a hurricane is a must. While we hope that a hurricane never hits our shores, being ready is the best way to keep you, your family, and your friends safe and in control. Having a plan and being ready to execute that plan will lessen the […]

08/02/2019

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Categories: THEA Tips

Summer in Florida is always accompanied by plenty of sunshine and humidity, which can give way to sudden rainstorms during the hot months. Driving in these intense conditions can increase the likelihood of a dangerous situation for you and anyone else on the road.  Below are five tips to help you stay safe on rainy […]

2019 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday May 31 through June 6, 2019 Download the entire document here. The 2019 Disaster Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday begins on Friday, May 31, 2019, and ends on Thursday, June 6, 2019. During this sales tax holiday period, qualifying items related to disaster preparedness are exempt from sales tax. The sales […]

03/08/2019

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Tags: Pedestrian Safety

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Categories: Selmon Greenway, THEA Tips

Taking Steps for Pedestrian Safety Walking is good for your health and better for the environment. Cities around the world are striving to be more walkable communities, but, pedestrians—people who travel by foot, wheelchair, stroller, or similar means—are among the most vulnerable users of the road. Every day, 430 pedestrians will be treated in an […]

01/03/2019

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Categories: Distracted Driving, Driving Tips, THEA Tips

Tampa Bay is a car-dependent region. And while great strides are being made to make our cities more pedestrian, bike, and public transit-friendly, most of us still get behind the wheel multiple times a day. With the new year approaching, there is no better time to commit to breaking some common bad driving habits. Let’s […]