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ShakeOut Media Advisories

2013 ShakeOut Media Advisories
10/10/2013: South Carolina to ShakeOut for Earthquake Awareness Week
10/09/2013: SouthEast ShakeOut just One Week Away
10/09/2013: More than one million Virginians now signed up for ShakeOut
09/23/2013: Sign up now for Oct. 17 Great SouthEast ShakeOut...
09/23/2013: Second Annual 'Great ShakeOut' Drill set for SouthEast Region
08/20/2013: Anniversary serves as a reminder to register for ShakeOut...
ShakeOut Media Advisories
10/17/2012: D.C. Joins Millions in Historic Earthquake Drill
10/16/2012: FEMA Urges National Participation in ShakeOut on 10/18
10/15/2012: Millions to ShakeOut on 10/18
10/15/2012: USGS Director to participate in ShakeOut Drill
10/15/2012: Media Advisory: Preparing for Future Earthquakes
10/15/2012: Governor Proclaims 10/18/2012 as Earthquake Day
10/15/2012: University of Virginia to 'Shake Things Up' during ShakeOut
10/15/2012: Media Advisory: Preparing for Future Earthquakes
10/12/2012: District of Columbia will Join Millions in Historic Great Southeast ShakeOut Earthquake Drill
10/11/2012: What Will You Do If an Earthquake Hits?
10/11/2012: South Carolina: Great ShakeOut and Earthquake Awareness Week
10/05/2012: TV & Radio Outlets: Please Transmit Drill Broadcast on 10/18/2012 at 10:18AM EDT
09/28/2012: TV and Radio Stations: Please Participate in the First Ever Great SouthEast ShakeOut
09/25/2012: Virginia: Media Outlets Public Service Announcements
09/19/2012: South Carolina: Join over 600,000 Participants in the ShakeOut
09/18/2012: Virginia: Sign up now for the Oct. 18 Great SouthEast ShakeOut
09/01/2012: September is National Preparedness Month
08/23/2012: In Earthquakes: Drop, Cover, Hold On
08/22/2012: August 23 Marks Anniversary Of Damaging Quake
07/25/2012: Virginia Signs on for Great SouthEast Earthquake Drill
07/05/2012: 2012 Great SouthEast ShakeOut set for October 18, 2012

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The Great SouthEast ShakeOut Step 1: Secure it now! Step 2: Make a plan Step 3: Make disaster kits Step 4: Is your place safe? Step 5: Drop, Cover, and Hold On Step 6: Check it out! Step 7: Communicate and recover!