Eye on the Storm: Proactively Protecting Property and People

When your property is located in a risky location—such as on Baltimore’s Inner Harbor—it makes sense to get ahead of the weather forecast and be prepared to spring into action before, during, and after a hurricane, says Justin Jabara, Meyer and Jabara Hotels’ vice president of development & acquisitions. Jabara says, at MJH, they don’t just talk about the weather—they do something about it. This, he told LODGING, starts with gauging their properties’ vulnerability, tracking the weather event, and adhering to a plan designed to protect their assets, guests, employees, and community.

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