Hurricane Frances & Jeanne Hits Florida

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In September of 2004, both Hurricane Frances &
Hurricane Jeanne struck our South Florida facility.
Below are pictures taken from the neighborhood of
High-Tech /

Hover over pictures for descriptions
This is the main road leading to our facility.

This is the main road leading to our facility.

A street sign down the road from our facility mangled by Hurricane Francis.

This is the main road leading to our facility.

This is (was) a house located 1 block from our facility.

This is the main road leading to our facility.

Here you can see the size of some of the trees that fell during the storm.

As you can see in this picture, the road is almost completely hidden under the trees that fell.

An 18 wheeler flatbed truck gets stuck in sand blown onto the roadway.

Here you can see how big the trees in our area were. Almost ALL of them were destroyed by the storm.

Again, the road leading to our facility was completely blocked by trees and debris from the storm.

An electric pole with most of it's wires ripped away by Hurricane Frances.

Believe it or not, there really is a road under all of this.

Another picture of debris closing the road.

Another tree, another problem for a home owner in our area

    High-Tech Productions was hit by Hurricane Frances on September 3 and again by Hurricane Jeanne on September 24. We were without electricity for over 11 days in 90+ degree weather. The main road that leads to our facility was blocked by fallen trees and debris from the hurricanes. It took approximately 5 weeks to clear and reopen the road.

High-Tech Productions managed to stay online
throughout the storm via our own power generators.

High-Tech Productions Remains Open For Business.

We would like to thank all of our friends, neighbors and business associates that helped out before, during and after the storm.


High-Tech Productions
#1  Video / Data / Disc Company!
Serving clients coast-to-coast for over 25 years

Our  Customers  Include:  IBM,  NASA,  CNN,  Penn State,  Raytheon,  U.S. Navy,  Compaq,  MTV, Bloomingdale's,  Boeing,  U.S. Postal Service,  Intel,  Estee Lauder,  U.S. Coast Guard,  NYU,  Wang Computers,  Hewlett Packard, College of Aviation,  Henry Ford Health System,  U.S. Naval Academy, Apple Computer,  U.S. Dept. of Energy,  Sunbeam,  Ohio State University,  National Park Service,  Universal Video,  Wolf Camera,  Sea Ray Boats,  Allied Aerospace,  Westinghouse,  FEMA,  John Hopkins University,  U.S. Department of Agriculture,  and  many  more.

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High-Tech Productions    Boca Raton, FL       800 662-8336

This web site is intended for educational purposes & to
further enhance the learning experience for kids of all ages.

The Science Centers are provided by High-Tech Productions,
a privately owned company located in Florida.

Our purpose is to bring new technologies to the youth of America.
There is never an admission fee or cover charge.

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