21st Century Goods Announces Launch of Newly Designed Website

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21st Century Goods, an eCommerce store offering innovative products designed to provide clients with solutions for adventure needs and emergency preparedness, is pleased to announce the launch of their newly designed website.

As the world becomes increasingly reliant on electricity, one has to wonder what might happen if there was an extended blackout. It’s strange to think about what might happen in an emergency situation with no electricity for an extended period of time. It was with this concern in mind that 21st Century Goods was launched ten years ago.

21st Century Goods is pleased to announce the launch of their newly designed website. 21st Century Goods offers items such as small solar generator kits to keep customers powered in emergencies (such as blackouts, blizzards, tropical storms, and other natural disasters). All of their products are designed to work without the help of electricity. Because of this, their products are ideal for outdoor use and emergency preparedness.

Many people find themselves unprepared to deal with emergency situations and are left without power. During the recent earthquakes in Haiti and Japan, many people were put into this situation with no end in sight. In order to help with the relief efforts being made, 21st Century Goods donated large shipments of their products like small portable solar panels, solar lanterns, wind up cell phone chargers, and more.

About 21st Century Goods
21st Century Goods launched in 2001 as a leader in providing the latest in innovative products to improve their clients’ lives. Their research staff looks for solutions so clients can live their lives in comfort and safety no matter their circumstances or location. Most of their products aren’t found in run-of-the-mill big box stores. They are uniquely designed to help customers live their lives well. They can be found at http://www.21st-century-goods.com/.
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