"Provide notification to citizens of local, regional, national and international critical news information utilizing the Internet, electronic mail (email) and wireless in a secure and expedient manner"
Founded in 1999 by Skip Tamargo and joined shortly thereafter by former FCC Commissioner Henry Rivera, The Emergency Email & Wireless Network, then The Emergency Email Network, began sending out the first critical & emergency news to evacuees of hurricane Floyd.
Since that time The Emergency Email & Wireless Network has become:
the 3rd largest breaking news, and National Weather Service EMWIN content provider on the Internet.
In continuous 24 hour operation for 18 years the company has sent billions of messages by email and to wireless devices.
Subscribers to The Emergency Email & Wireless Network include
a "who's who" of