Florida suffers an average $1.5 billion per year in hurricane damage, requiring rapid response from emergency services to support rescue crews and provide needed services at evacuation centers. Mobile kitchens for Florida emergency services are a strategic factor for feeding both rescue crews and storm survivors.
The United States Congressional Budget Office (CBO) estimates that the average national hurricane damage is $2.8 billion a year. Florida accounts for 55-percent of those damage costs. Although not always in the direct path of a hurricane, Florida recovery and relief crews working around the clock need to be supported by hot meals served from mobile kitchens. People who evacuate to safety are also often provided meals from mobile kitchens. A California company, California Mobile Kitchens (CMK) has positioned fully equipped kitchens, showers, refrigerator/freezer units and generators, at strategic locations to be quickly delivered to aid relief efforts during natural disasters.
Florida has hundreds of miles of beaches and despite the storms and hurricanes, these beach communities are visited regularly by thousands of Florida residents and visitors. The city of Miami is known for a vibrant Latin-American cultural influences, notable arts scene, and nightlife.
With a 2017 population of 20.98 million, Floridians are undaunted by the storms. The state has the fourth fastest growth rate in the nation. The warm weather, beaches and other natural resources and cultural activities are a big draw for new residents and the more than 100 million who visit each year.
Floridians celebrate their lifestyle and varied cultural resources by hosting an array of annual festivals throughout the year. From events celebrating strawberries to A-list parties, succulent seafood, Cuban flavors, the Key West Lobster Fest and the Key West Lime Fest, St. Petersburg Ribfest are just a handful. Fairs and livestock shows, arts and crafts expositions quirky local festivals fill out the annual calendar.
Fully equipped mobile kitchens from CMK are available for caterers and food vendors who work at any of Florida’s festivals, including festivals in Tallahassee, the state capital. Tallahassee festivals include the famous Tallahassee Brewfest, usually held in October, a two day book festival, Asian and Greek food and culture festivals, and the 10 day North Florida Fair, just to name a few.
Whether the need is for a Florida mobile kitchen for an event or festival, for disaster relief, on location for a film set, a mobile community kitchen or a temporary kitchen during repairs or remodeling, CMK is the nation’s most accessible, cost effective and customer oriented provider of mobile kitchens.
CMK has more than 25 years of experience providing mobile kitchens and support units for a variety of needs from individual caterers to large operations including emergency relief and military field exercises. The company’s 24-hour customer service and strategically located kitchens and support units mean kitchens, showers, generators and refrigerator/freezer units can be fully equipped, configured and quickly delivered on site when and where they are needed.
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