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Updated: 05/17/2017 08:30:02AM

Hurricane season may be tame, but warning issued

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PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

More than a dozen vendors, ranging from government services to private businesses, offered advice on hurricane preparedness.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

Hosting a special experts panels were meteorologists Juli Marquez from Bay News 9, Jim Weber from Fox 13 News, and Ian Oliver of News Channel 8.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

The proud members of the Auburndale Fire and Rescue Services appeared during last week's Hurricane Expo.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

State Farm informed the public about insurance coverage during hurricanes and the hurricane deductibles they were eligible for.

PHOTO BY JAMES COULTER

Lowes appeared to offer a demonstration on how to "hurricane-proof" your house, as well as how to put together a hurricane kit.

By JAMES COULTER

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AUBURNDALE – While the upcoming hurricane season is not expected to be severe, it always pays to be prepared for a hurricane.

Polk County residents were able to learn about hurricane preparedness during the annual Hurricane Expo in Auburndale Saturday.

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