We wanted to provide you, our valuable client, with a quick update on the status of our team and our rebuilding efforts. First, everyone on the team is grateful for the patience our partners have displayed as we work to get back to full capacity. We still have staff members in our Florida location that are without power, internet and gas to move around.

Our office in Ocala does have partial power restored and we are looking to be fully back in business within the next day or so, according to the local utility. We were able to get a few of the team members online today to bring our capacity up to higher levels and are starting to see a decrease in the backlog of requests. We are continuing to work on getting to all of our partners. Many of our partners in the Florida area are starting to have power restored to their offices. We are focusing heavily on getting them back up and running.

We truly appreciate your help in determining priorities, you have been wonderful in helping us sort through and get to the items that are most pressing. Thank you very much for continuing to provide this additional piece of information when requests are made, it has proven invaluable in the last couple of days.

We want to thank you again for your business and look forward to getting back to full strength by the end of the week.

As always, thank you for your business and support during this devastating weather event.

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