CHANTILLY, Va. (Dec. 14, 2011) – CORT, a Berkshire Hathaway Company and the only national provider of rental furniture, has partnered with Blu SKY Restoration Contractors to provide rental furnishings and assistance establishing temporary office and housing for businesses and employees immediately following disasters causing property damage. As part of Blu SKY’s First Aid Disaster Response Plan network, CORT ensures businesses can quickly help employees get settled and return to work following a disaster.
From Hurricane Katrina
to fires and floods nationwide, CORT has extensive experience helping
businesses and individuals get back to work, quickly re-establishing office
space and secure temporary housing in the aftermath of disasters. By partnering
with Blu SKY, CORT provides rapid, nationwide support for office and home
furnishings following devastating events.
“As the nation’s
largest rental furnishings and rental housing locating resource, CORT has a
unique opportunity to help individuals and businesses get back to business post
disaster,” said Allison Ballard, Director of Business Development at CORT.
“We’re proud to be a partner to Blu SKY and their customers if and when
As part of the First
aid Disaster Response Plan, CORT and Blu SKY also provide residential assistance
to businesses with employees who may need temporary housing following disaster.
CORT has a network of millions of temporary housing options across the country.
“We’re excited to have
CORT as a trusted partner in our First Aid Disaster Response Plan,” said Terry
Shadwick, President and CEO of Blu SKY Restoration Contractors. “CORT’s
experience providing aid to disaster victims, as well as their extensive
national scope, assures our clients that they will have access to speedy and
professional support as they re-establish operations following a disaster. Like
CORT, Blu SKY’s number one goal is to get our clients up and running as quickly
as possible when faced with an unexpected property damaging event.”
CORT partners with Blu SKY Restoration
December 14, 2011