Surviving the worst
A bookstore suffers a flood. The damage to the store and stock is serious. Bookstore managers are wise to be prepared for such events. Preventative maintenance is necessary. Vital data should be backed up. Moisture control specialists can assist in recovery efforts. Insurance is the usual source of postdisaster funding for repairs.
Loss of stock
You don’t need this.
You opened your bookstore this morning and found half your stock drenched from a burst pipe. You can already smell the mold. Large-format items fall apart when you open them. Thousands of pages stick together. ...
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