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Sunday, February 18, 2018
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How to Talk to your Kids about the Recent School Shooting in Florida

It’s becoming an all too common thing – the school shooting in Florida this week is a stark reminder that we must talk to our kids about these horrible things. It’s never easy to talk to kids about difficult topics, but when it involves their safety it’s imperitive that we do. Of course the schools will talk to the kids about... [Read more]

Events in Jacksonville this January

From all of us at EBS Security in Jacksonville, FL – we hope you had a Happy New Year! If you’re looking for events in Jacksonville this January then you’ve come to the right place. There are plenty of fun, family friendly events taking place this month and next in and around Jacksonville, Florida. Events in Jacksonville this January Deck... [Read more]

Have a Safe and Happy New Year!

From all of us at EBS Security, we want to wish you a Safe and Happy New Year! It has been our pleasure and privilege serving you this past year and we look forward to serving you in 2018 as well. It is also our hope that you have a safe New Year’s celebration. Whether you’re out with friends enjoying all that Jacksonville has to offer... [Read more]

Holiday Security for your Small Business

Last month we talked about home security during the holidays, and I got to thinking that many small businesses might need some helpful tips to keeping their brick and mortar business safe during the holidays. Of course some of the tips for home safety can be used for small businesses, but there are a few extra tips to keep in mind. Holiday Security... [Read more]

Keeping Your Home and Vehicle Secure During the Holidays

The holidays are a wonderful time spent with friends and family. The holidays are also a time when your home and car are more likely to be burglarized. Gifts are everywhere and people are out shopping and visiting friends across town or across the country – a perfect invitation for those who would steal your belongings. Don’t become a victim of... [Read more]

Halloween Safety Tips

Halloween is one of the best events of the year for children but it can be dangerous if children aren’t cautious. Teach your kids these Halloween safety tips before they head out to trick or treat this year. Halloween Safety Tips Go in Groups – Don’t let your older child go trick or treating by himself. Make sure they go in groups... [Read more]

Halloween Events in Jacksonville

Halloween is just around the corner, if you’re like most parents you want your kids to have fun but you also want to make sure they are safe. Below are some family friendly Halloween events taking place in Jacksonville this October. Halloween Events in Jacksonville Sykes and Cooper Farms Corn Maze 5995 Brough Rd Elkton, FL Since 2010, Sykes and... [Read more]

How to Help Victims of Hurricane Irma

Our thoughts and prayers are with the victims of hurricane Irma. As residents of Jacksonville, FL we know how devastating the storm and subsequent flooding has been to Jacksonville residents. Here are several resources for those in need of help and for those who would like to provide help for those in need. Help for victims of Hurricane Irma: Lodging Airbnb... [Read more]

Events in Jacksonville this August and September

Summer is coming to an end, the kids are going back to school soon, but there’s still plenty of family friendly fun to be had in and around Jacksonville this September. Whether you want to do a little camping with the family or take in a brewery tour with friends, there’s something for everyone to enjoy this month in Jacksonville. Events in Jacksonville... [Read more]

What to do Before you Go on Vacation

Summer is in full swing and odds are you’ll be going on vacation soon. Follow these tips on what to do before you go on vacation to have a stress free vacation and a stress free return. Shut off Water Main – Before you leave for your week at the beach or that camping trip, turn off the water main in your home. Nothing ruins a vacation faster... [Read more]

Beware of the Blue Whale Challenge

You may have heard of the Blue Whale Challenge, a “game” that kids are playing online that entices them to do increasingly dangerous tasks with the ultimate goal of causing a suicide. It’s a horrific game that started out in Russia and has made it’s way to the US recently. If you’re a parent of a young child, tween or teen... [Read more]

Summertime Safety

Now that summer is here, it’s important to follow some basic summertime safety tips to ensure everyone stays safe and has a great time. Whether in the water, at the beach, watching fireworks or just running errands on a hot day, there are many things you can do to ensure you, your kids and the elderly stay safe this summer. Summertime Safety Use... [Read more]