One-Time
Events

EVENTS

You can plan every detail of your event—except the weather. Yet inclement weather can cause diminished attendance, cancellations and lost revenue. That’s why you need more than crossed fingers and a back-up plan: you need weather protection.

You can plan every detail of your event—except the weather. Yet inclement weather can cause diminished attendance, cancellations and lost revenue. That’s why you need more than crossed fingers and a back-up plan: you need weather protection.

 

If you’re planning an outdoor event and are concerned about the weather, we can help put your mind at ease. Here are a few examples of one-time event coverage:

 

Sporting Events

Nothing derails a sporting event faster than bad weather. Yet delays and cancellations aren’t simply annoying—the financial impact can be devastating. We’ll help you create a weather insurance policy that’s built for your event specifics. Need seasonal or long-term coverage for an event series or tournament? We can help with that, too.


Fairs and Festivals

Not only do you want to avoid rain during your fair or festival, but you also want the pre-event hours to stay relatively dry so that your event location doesn’t turn into a swamp. We’ll help you pinpoint how much rain is too much, then create a weather insurance policy to protect your event.


Special Occasions

Don’t let bad weather crash the party. Instead, we’ll help you identify inclement weather concerns based on the event location and date, then create a weather insurance policy that offers both protection and peace of mind. The new forecast: a 100% chance of a great time!


If any of these scenarios fits your event needs, let us know. If you are
a business or organization and you have weather concerns, we can help.


If any of these scenarios fits your event needs, let us know. If you are
a business or organization and you have weather concerns, we can help.


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HOW IT WORKS


Identify Concerns

Give us a call or send a message and tell us about your weather concerns so we can help identify variables that represent the biggest risk.

Create a Policy

Based on your concerns, needs and your area’s historical weather information, we craft a policy to ensure you’re protected if the unfortunate happens.

Automatic Activation

Once you approve and pay for the policy, it’s set. And if it’s triggered, there is no tedious paperwork to fill out.

Get Paid Fast

After your policy triggers, you’ll typically receive your payout in less than two weeks.

WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS SAY


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“I wish we would have known about Vortex years ago. We’ve had so many jobs that were a wash out day after day. Vortex Weather Insurance is an opportunity to shore up your company’s finances when the rain just falls and falls.”

— Bekki Fike, Lily Creek Construction

“Philadelphia Zoo has worked with Vortex Insurance Agency to mitigate the negative impact of adverse weather on attendance. Vortex has offered us creative solutions to weather risk, and we would recommend them to anyone interested in removing the uncertainty of adverse weather from its economic model”

— Karl Fritz, Director Business Operations at Philadelphia Zoo

“Weather coverage enables us to protect ‘hard’ expenses that are in the budget, which will require payment whether the event is delayed or cancelled.”

— Dennis B., Beach Soccer Club, Virginia Beach

“We recognize that rain is one of our biggest obstacles when planning any of our outdoor events. With Vortex, it is great to know that we are financially covered if rain becomes problematic. The whole process is quick and simple.”

— Stephen Lecky, Venture Richmond Events, LLC


WHAT TYPE OF WEATHER PRESENTS A RISK TO YOUR EVENT?


Did you know?

Accumulating snow might be great for bread and milk sales, but it can quickly hinder event attendance and earnings. For some businesses, too little snow can be a problem. Tell us your snow-related concerns—and the related financial risk—and we’ll help you build a weather insurance policy, so you don’t have to put your bottom line on ice.

 

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