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  • February 26, 2020

    What you and your family need to survive a crisis

    With financial institutions such as JP Morgan predicting a financial crisis in 2020, and financial advisor Ben Reppond, head of Reppond investments projecting bad times in 2020, some Americans have been stockpiling food and survival gear. Have you?

    Don’t be the only family on the block who hasn’t prepared; in these uncertain times, take steps now to protect your family. Secure your supply of emergency food, and water storage now.

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  • February 25, 2020

    Why you need emergency food and water for survival preparedness

    Experts warn that in an emergency such as an earthquake, hurricane, winter storm, or other emergencies, you may not have access to food, water, or electricity, for days or even weeks. They recommend that people make preparations now to store emergency food and water for yourself and your family.
    Experts recommend that you store foods that require no refrigeration, water, special preparation, or cooking such as our long term food storage kits
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  • February 25, 2020

    Why You Should Have an Emergency Supply of Food

    Those who pay attention to how our country has changed in a relatively short period of time are rightfully concerned about the direction that our country is headed. Sometimes change happens so subtly that we don’t notice it. Like the...

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  • WIll You and Your Family Survive a National Emergency? - The Survival Prep Store
    February 25, 2020

    WIll You and Your Family Survive a National Emergency?

    We’ve all heard the motto “Be Prepared” but how many of us truly are? Mother Nature can wreak destruction through natural disasters such as hurricanes, earthquakes, hail storms, floods, heatwaves, or tornados.
    Still, other man-made disasters such as the collapse of the economy, a pandemic, or attack on our country would leave most Americans in dire straits.
    Federal Emergency Management (FEMA) survey learned that almost 60 percent of Americans have not practiced disaster-preparedness.

    They learned that only 39 percent of people surveyed have an emergency plan and have discussed it with their family.

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  • Best Places to Move to be Self-Sufficient and Off the Grid - The Survival Prep Store
    February 25, 2020

    Best Places to Move to be Self-Sufficient and Off the Grid

    A number of Americans with growing concerns about the economy, society, or a major catastrophic event, are increasingly looking to off the grid living. People are looking to relocate away from cities into more rural areas. Off the grid sustainable communities have even begun forming around the country. Going off the grid means that you find alternate means of producing your own power, procuring your own water, growing your own food, and dispensing of your own sewage.
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