Katrina's Anniversary

King, W. B.
August 2006
Convenience Store News;8/28/2006, Vol. 42 Issue 10, p69
Trade Publication
The article presents information on challenges faced by businessmen in rebuilding their business, following one year after Hurricane Katrina hit the Gulf region in the year 2005. Numerous convenience stores were affected by the hurricane. The affected commercial and residential property owners are facing problems with insurance agencies and policy disputes. It is difficult to find workers and contractors for reconstruction work.


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