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How to join the First Alert Weather Network, information on our open house

It is time for another group of First Alert Weather Network Reporters to take their place as part of the First Alert Weather Team.  If you are interested in joining us simply click the link below.  We hope to see you at our open house in April!

What               First Alert Weather Network Spring "Open House"
When Thursday April 10th, 2014
6 PM to 8 PM
Where WECT/WSFX Studios
322 Shipyard Blvd
Wilmington NC
RSVP If you have not already, please email ericdavis@wect.com  to RSVP.

**You must RSVP to attend**

We're having an Open House for the next "class" of Weather Network Reporters so we can get to know you. We'll also provide you with tips and suggestions for how to cover weather in your community.

The First Alert Weather Network is our community weather observer, spotter and reporter program. We let YOU become part of the First Alert Weather Team. Not only can you provide us with daily data, but your video and picture updates from your community will become part of our newscasts.

Click here if you would like to become a Weather Network Reporter for the First Alert Weather Team.

During the Open House you will :
-Meet members of the program and the First Alert Weather Team
-Take a tour of our studio and newsroom
-Get a Behind-The-Scenes look at the First Alert Weather Center
-Watch a live television newscast from our studio
-Get tips and info on how to send video/reports
-Learn what to report during severe weather
-Take a profile picture

Light refreshments will be offered during the Open House. Picture and video may be taken during the Open House. We may also be taking profile pictures for our web site or on-air graphics.

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