Prepare for Emergency Situations with Survival Kits from New Website

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Founder of EmergencyHomeKits.com, Richard Scholz, is proud to announce the launch of his online emergency preparedness shop. The Internet storefront touts itself as the premier retailer of emergency survival kits for the home, office, car, and classroom. NOAA weather alert radio/flashlights are also available. To learn more about survival and emergency preparedness techniques, visit the site’s new blog.

Web entrepreneur Richard Scholz is pleased to announce the opening of his online emergency preparedness store, http://www.EmergencyHomeKits.com. Customers are encouraged to shop the new site for emergency kits, communication and light devices.

“What I’m trying to address is keeping people safe in their environment – and it starts in the home, though, I do carry emergency kits for automobiles, offices, and classrooms,” said Scholz.

Effective emergency kits will include supplies for: shelter and warmth; health and first aid; food and water; signaling and navigation. The deluxe emergency kit, available through EmergencyHomeKits.com, meets all of the aforementioned criteria. The kit comes with: backpack, flashlight and batteries, AM/FM radio, waterproof matches, weather protection, 3600 calorie food bars and water purification tablets, multi-tool knife, 5-in-1 survival whistle, first aid kit, and much more. An accompanying emergency preparedness guide explains, in plain English, basic survival techniques. The deluxe kit comes in one, two, and four person sizes.

“With our kits you get shelter - number one; you get a bit of emergency food and water; you get a light source and a way of communicating,” said Scholz. “That’s what we try to do – give you something to use when you’re stuck.”

Many of the supplies highlighted in the deluxe emergency kit come standard in office, automobile, classroom, and severe weather kits featured on the site. Children’s kits, too, contain the necessities, but come in a backpack size suitable for kids. Additionally, children’s kits come with crayons, activity books, and a stuffed bear to keep children calm and entertained in a prolonged emergency situation.

When the power goes out and the satellite radios fail, a Dynamo flashlight/radio and NOAA weather alert radio become must-haves.

“The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration have eight different radio channels all over the country that they continuously broadcast to,” said Scholz. “The NOAA radio fits in the palm of your hand and the LED flashlight can be cranked to provide light or charge a cell phone.”

In an effort to educate customers about survival preparedness, Scholz has started a brand new informational blog, http://www.EmergencyHomeKitsBlog.com.

“The new normal, regardless of source, is a lot more tornadoes, droughts, storms and other natural disasters. I want to raise awareness because it’s not a question of ‘if’ tragedy will strike, it’s a question of ‘when,’” said Scholz.

About the Company:
EmergencyHomeKits.com is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Richard Scholz.

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Richard Scholz
http://www.EmergencyHomeKits.com
(877) 511-8916

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