Category: General Tips

Halloween Tips

              Top 10 “All Hollows Eve” Tips      With Halloween four days away, monsters and goblins are preparing for the scary evening.  Here are ten “All Hollows Eve” tips parents, goblins, and little monsters can use to be safe on this spooky evening. Ghosts and goblins can be scary; however, make sure your costume is bright and reflective […]

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2012 Summer Update

Hope all of you are having a great Summer! It’s been a while since our last blog, and we’ve had a lot going on around here… Some of the fun things we did in 2011: participated in the Rogers Santa Clause Parade again, the St. Patty’s Day Parade again, AND the Vaisakhi Parade (just to […]

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Identity Theft- It’s No Joke!

Identity theft, the fastest growing non-violent crime in America, occurs when someone steals another person’s personal information—name, social security number, credit card numbers, and so on—and uses it to commit fraud. Identity thieves use this information to open credit card accounts in your name, take out loans, buy cars, establish wireless service, and more—all at […]

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Walking Alone

Top 10 “Tips for Safely Walking Alone”   Life is full of adventures; however, there are many dangers and risks that should be avoided.  When walking your pet, walking to and from work, going to a restaurant, club or exercising, try to avoid doing this alone.  Walk in a group or pairs!  Not only can […]

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Holiday Shopping!!

  Picture sponsored by hollywoodwaxmuseum.com   Top 10 “Holiday Shopping Tips” Tick Tock! Tick Tock!  The Holiday clock is ticking!  With less than a week left for purchasing gifts for your loved ones, your stress meter may be exploding.  No worries Genesis Security to the rescue. Here are Top 10 “Holiday Shopping Tips” you can […]

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Is Your Home Ready for Winter?

 Top 10 “Snowy Home Preparedness Tips”   With winter quickly approaching, it’s time to prepare yourself and your home for the cold.   Here are Top 10 “Snowy Home Preparedness Tips” you can use.     1. Stock up on firewood, candles, batteries, hot chocolate, canned foods, flashlights and any other emergency items that will help you when the power […]

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