JVF Announces Launch Of The Big Rumble Custom Website

“This year, we mark the 20th anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake. The events of October 17, 1989 are forever scarred into the lives of our community. Through The Big Rumble we have the opportunity to reinvigorate our commitment to being prepared for any type of hazard.”

Dublin, CA October 5, 2009 – JVF Consulting, LLC is proud to announce The Big Rumble custom website redesign is online and accessible on the World Wide Web. Mayor Gavin Newsom and the city of San Francisco plans to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake through a series of events called The Big Rumble.

The Big Rumble website now features a community calendar of events, recent news, and a countdown clock to the anniversary of the Loma Prieta earthquake. By having the event information available online it allows for everyone to come together as a community to learn more about how we can better prepare for all types of emergencies.

“The Big Rumble is a stark reminder of our vulnerability to natural disasters. Allowing to become better prepared for emergencies will require powerful and accurate tools that can be quickly updated through a content management system.” stated Jason Franco, President of JVF Consulting, LLC. “With the power of Amass CMS The Big Rumble can make revisions to their custom website on the fly all through a rich user-friendly web 2.0 interface.”

The new Big Rumble website is powered by the cutting edge technology of JVF Amass, the best Content Management System on the market today, and designed by the leader in custom website design, JVF Consulting, LLC.

The Big Rumble website provides links to resources and tools that can help you to talk, share, learn, organize, practice, support, serve and ultimately prepare together so that we can recover, rebuild and thrive after any type of disaster.

On October 17, 1989, the Loma Prieta earthquake struck the Bay Area. It was the largest earthquake on the San Andreas fault since the great San Francisco earthquake in April 1906. The earthquake, also known as the “World Series Quake,” caused 63 deaths, 3,757 injuries, and an estimated $6-10 billion in property loss. It caused severe damage as far as 70 miles away from its epicenter; most notably in San Francisco, Oakland, and the San Francisco Peninsula. On the 20th anniversary of the most significant disaster in our recent history, we come together as a community to remember those who lost their lives, comfort those who lost their loved ones, and honor those who emerged as heroes on that day. At the same time, this commemoration provides an opportunity to reinvigorate our commitment to making emergency preparedness an everyday part of our lives.

About The Big Rumble:
The Big Rumble is a website resource and a week-long series of special events designed to connect our communities with preparedness resources. Committed 2 Community is honored to have been able to partner with the agencies of the City and County of San Francisco and its community partners to pilot The Big Rumble in its inaugural year.  City departments with a major role in coordinating the events include the Department of Emergency Management, Department of Public Health, San Francisco Fire Department, and the Office of the City Administrator.

Jason Franco, President
JVF Consulting, LLC
(925) 224-9986