AccuConference Offers Free Conferencing to Severe Weather Victims

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With severe weather striking far and wide, AccuConference is offering conference calling services to businesses trying to continue operations in the wake of cleaning up.

AccuConference is offering free conference calling to those whose travel and business plans have been disrupted by recent tornados and ongoing flooding concerns.

From St. Louis to Little Rock, and even as far east as Raleigh, NC, the United States is currently undergoing a severe weather outbreak that has brought damage to homes and businesses.

The National Weather Service has already confirmed 169 tornadoes for the month of April but damage surveys and severe weather continue. The month of May typically brings the highest average number of tornado outbreaks and if April has been any indication, the severe weather will be sticking around.

Flooding is also a concern with much of the states of Arkansas, Tennessee, Indiana, and Missouri under flood watches and warnings.

From major metropolitan areas like St. Louis being hit with an EF-4 tornado, as well as the small community of Vilonia, Arkansas, just north of Little Rock being devastated on April 25, residents across the United States have been left trying to get back into the ebb and flow of life.

For those affected by storms, AccuConference is extending its conferencing services free of charge.

“We understand that there are several people whose businesses and normal channels of communications have been disrupted as a result of tornados and flooding,” said David Byrd, VP of operations at AccuConference. “Hopefully, by letting them use our conferencing services for free, these folks can get back to business as usual.”

Anyone who wants to collect on the offer can call 1.800.977.4607 and mention the city where you have been affected. Limitations May Apply.


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