Mallard Computer, Inc., as well as Mallard Computer’s weather services division, WeatherMallard, and recently-launched weather community website, WeatherQuack, has recently joined and has been accepted into the WeatherReady™ Nation Ambassador program of the National Weather Service. Mallard joins hundreds of other WeatherReady™ Nation ambassadors committed to working together with the National Weather Service to increase public safety awareness during severe weather.
“Mallard Computer’s corporate headquarters are in the heart of some of the most active severe weather events in the nation” stated Nathan Parker, Mallard Computer and WeatherMallard’s President/CEO. “By launching WeatherMallard and WeatherQuack, we are committed to increasing awareness during severe weather and protecting public safety. By partnering with the National Weather Service as a WeatherReady™ Nation ambassador, it strengthens our commitment to severe weather public safety and the lengths we are going to in keeping our community and other communities across the nation and around the world safe during severe weather. We look forward to a strong and healthy partnership with both the National Weather Service and other WeatherReady™ Nation ambassadors in which we will be announcing future partnerships.”
Mallard Computer and WeatherMallard will be relaying content issued by the National Weather Service WeatherReady™ Nation Ambassador program on its weather community website, WeatherQuack, accessible at http://weatherquack.com. It will also seek additional areas in which to inform the public on severe weather awareness safety, as well as deeply work with the National Weather Service on other WeatherReady™ Nation Ambassador program initiatives.
WeatherQuack is a brand of WeatherMallard, a division of Mallard Computer, Inc. Mallard Computer, Inc., is an information technology corporation based in Hot Springs, Arkansas, providing Tomorrow’s Technology for Today’s Ministry™. Mallard Computer launched WeatherMallard in 2017 as a weather services division handling the development of the WeatherQuack weather community website.