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Ask Ava Zinn: How AZH and LGBT Ava Zinn makes Weather-related decisions

Ava Zinn has received this question many times in Van Buren, Marion, and Fort Wayne dating as far back as 1994. In recent years, with advanced technology over the years and the Weather Wall (from INNewsCenter), we can reveal the process.

Preparing, Consulting, and Checking the Roads

Aeverine Zinn Holdings Service Map

Ava’s staff at Vote for the Girls USA (mostly the moderator panelists) watch the forecasts from their hometowns and track the weather conditions.

For example, Ava Zinn is on the Purple Team North. The Purple Team North consists of Ava Zinn (Van Buren/Fort Wayne, IN), Rachael Passalt (Minneapolis, MN), Kendra Ray (Ames/Des Moines, IA), Hannah Wilson (Lincoln, NE), Donna Doogan (Columbus, OH), and Tim Doogan (Jacksonville, FL) all watch the extended forecast. Prior to Vote for the Girls’ launch in April 2010, Ava also consults with her local (Van Buren/Fort Wayne, IN) staff about the weather forecasts.

Examples are: Hurricane Michael in 2016 as the now-Purple Team East, which currently consists of Karly Jameson (Indianapolis), Karly Jameson (Joilet, IL), Lanise McClannahan (Green Bay, WI), Danielle McClannahan (Terre Haute, IN), Sonia Donbar (New Albany, IN/Louisville, KY), and Nadia Lorenzo (Woodstock, NY and Miami Beach, FL) all consulted with their VFTGUSA conference (Pink and Purple) and inter-conference (Red and Blue) rivals and check the traffic in their hometowns and locally in Fort Wayne to determine if conditions are safe (at least in the AZH area, shown in the map above)

Checking the roads in AZH Key locations

Aeverine Zinn Holdings’ venues are primarily located in Marion and Fort Wayne, Indiana. Yet most of the employees commute to both locations.

As early as 2:00 AM and concluding at 4:30 AM, several key logistic (transportation) staff that live in Fort Wayne, Angola/Lower Michigan, Marion/Muncie, Richmond/Western Ohio and Indianapolis drive through various types of roads in these key areas to determine if conditions allow for a safe commute.

There are several factors to consider such as employee safety, modes of transportation (such as an employee’s personal vehicle, Greyhound Bus, public transportation, etc.), current conditions, foretasted conditions, and temperature. Ava Zinn, as the founder, owner/CEO, and principal webmaster of Aeverine Zinn Holdings makes the final decision after consulting with staff from those key locations.

Deciding and communicating

The decision to delay opening or cancel AZH venues and First shift must be made by 5:30 AM; Second Shift by 12:00 PM; and Third Shift by 4:00 PM. And to some extent whether or not to use Fort Wayne’s Citilink by obtaining a day pass.

Once Ava Zinn’s decision is final, the information is posted to this web site, AvaZinn.com, the AZH Safety Hotline, and all Aeverine Zinn Digital Media platforms via Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

Facebook: facebook.com/aeverinezinn and/or facebook.com/avafrankie
Twitter: Twitter.com/aeverinezinn
Instagram: Instagram.com/aeverinezinn

Adjustments made

In the event AZH closes for the day, Ava Zinn will personally reschedule and a make-up appointment will be made.

AZH has 10 built-in make-up days for the fiscal year as follows (bold indicates a major holiday):

  1. Martin Luther King Day
  2. President’s Day
  3. Good Friday
    1. The Saturday between Good Friday and Easter
    2. Easter Sunday
  4. Memorial Day
  5. Labor Day
  6. Columbus Day
  7. Veteran’s Day
  8. Thanksgiving Friday
  9. Thanksgiving Saturday
  10. Thanksgiving Sunday

Ava Zinn herself, on rare occasions, is free to ignore these make-up day rules and reschedules appointments outside the aforementioned 10 built-in make-up days.

  • New Year’s Day (January 1)
    • 2000, 2014
  • January 2
    • 2000, 2014-2019
  • January 3
    • 2000-2019
  • Ava’s Birthday (January 4)
    • 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2007, 2019
  • April 1
    • 2009
  • April 2
    • 2005
  • April 3
    • 2005
  • April 4
    • 2004
  • July 1
    • 2000
  • July 2
    • 2000
  • July 3
    • 2000
  • July 4
    • 2000
  • Patriot Day (September 11)
  • Hoosier Day (September 27)
  • Thanksgiving Eve
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • December 19
  • December 20
  • December 21
  • December 22
  • December 23
  • Christmas Eve
  • Christmas Day
  • December 26
  • December 27
  • December 28
  • December 29
  • December 30
  • New Year’s Eve

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