Fears of civil unrest following the election have businesses boarding up their windows to prevent damage
OCTOBER 27, 2020 // MANHATTAN – According to international security conglomerate, USPA Nationwide Security, a renewed call for security services in unrest-prone cities have now been dwarfed by a new call for emergency boarding up services. The phone lines and live chats at USPA’s operation center in Manhattan are at capacity.
According to Sondae Esposito, the firm’s VP, “Emergency Board Up Service is the top requested service this week – something we never get outside of disaster recovery.”
Per the firm’s website, “In response to widespread threats of civil unrest, the likes of which we haven’t seen, according to groups perpetuating violence across the U.S., we have developed an Emergency Board Up Service.”
The service, entitled “Emergency Boarding Up Service” headed up by new USPA Branch Owner, Michael Blake, is the trending search on google and other search engines related to the fears of civil unrest after the election.
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