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Planning for Disaster Helps Pulaski County Title Get Going After Tornado

“Within about 72 hours of its offices taking a direct hit from Friday’s tornado, Pulaski County Title Co. was back in business.

The company’s server, which had been stored in a secure room near an elevator shaft in the Pulaski County Title building at 8114 Cantrell Road, sustained no damage. None of the computers were ruined by the storm. No physical files were lost, either.” “It was kind of a miracle,” Billy Roehrenbeck, owner of Pulaski County Title, told Arkansas Business. “Especially when you look at the building and the devastation [the tornado] caused.”

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