Are You Ready For Hurricane Season? Part 2

Ever been on the beach on a nice sunny day and get a text alert that there’s an incoming storm, but the sun’s out and the weather is beautiful? It always seems to happen when you’re on vacation and a storm comes out of nowhere. How do you stay informed about inbound weather? As my […]

Sing Along With ALAN (A Festive Fundraising Announcement)

Please enjoy this festive fundraising announcement.   Sing to the tune of Rudolph the Red-nosed Reindeer   Check out this nifty raingear Featuring your ALAN friends We’re gifting it to donors Supporting us at this year’s end   All of the folks who donate One hundred bucks (times two) We’ll send this coat to thank […]

“Bah” La La La La

Have I ever told you about the time I played Ebenezer Scrooge in A Christmas Carol? Yes, really. Our fifth-grade class staged a musical version of Dickens’ famous holiday classic, and I was one of several students cast to play the role of the crotchety cheapskate. To this day, when I watch any of the […]

Lessons Learned

There’s a funny story about Abraham Lincoln. After agreeing to pardon a woman’s son who had been sentenced to death for treason, Lincoln confessed that he pardoned the son reluctantly.  “Still, I wish,” he said, “that we could teach him a lesson.” Lincoln’s quote comes to mind when I think about hurricane season, because each […]

Press Release: Hurricane Lane

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] American Logistics Aid Network Urges Preparation Ahead of Hurricane Lane August 23, 2018 LAKELAND, Fla. – As Hurricane Lane nears the Hawaiian Islands, the American Logistics Aid Network (ALAN) is urging industry professionals to be prepared – and asking those who aren’t located in the path of the storm to be ready to help. […]