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Business owner Gayle Goodman is proud to announce the launch of her preparedness site Safety minded customers are invited to browse through a vast array of emergency survival kits that range from three months of food to a whole year’s supply. Specialty survival kits for children are also available. For additional information and product reviews, visit the site’s new blog.

Web entrepreneur Gayle Goodman is pleased to unveil her latest business venture, The site, launched in August 2011, boasts a comprehensive collection of emergency survival kits for the home and automobile.

“We’ve had many world shaking incidences in the last few years,” said Goodman. “These products would have been very helpful and possibly life saving in those instances.”

When disaster strikes it is imperative to be prepared. Whether it’s an earthquake or a hurricane or severe flooding, natural disasters can make it impossible to get to food and clean drinking water. Smart consumers shop for three, six, or even 12 month food supplies. Delicious food items include servings of cheesy lasagna, stroganoff, honey glazed granola, and blueberry pancakes to name a few. With proper storage, these food items have a shelf life of 25 years, meaning consumers don’t have to replace their kits constantly. Keep a supply in a secure area of the home, place a Grab ‘n’ Go bucket in a car, or toss some Millennium energy bars into an emergency knapsack. When going on a trip make sure to bring along a mini survival kit. In the event of an emergency, the kit has clean drinking water, food, a glow stick, survival whistle, waterproof matches, rechargeable squeeze flashlight, survival blanket and body warmer, as well as a multi-function Swiss Army style knife.

The Guardian Family Blackout kit is a must-have for areas that are prone to harsh winters which lead to loss of electricity and heat. The flashlights, lantern, candles, emergency sleeping bags, and first aid kit will keep everyone warm and safe. If desired, children can have their own pint-sized survival kit that caters to the needs of a smaller, younger individual. Deluxe and Essential survival kits are the ultimate in emergency preparedness. In addition to food, water, and first aid, these kits also come with a radio, a two person tube tent, and hygienic products. Tools, like the 16 function knife and respirator dust masks, are included, too.

“These products are designed to help you get through any emergency that may occur, whether you are at home or traveling,” said Goodman. “Choose the kit size that is right for the number of people in your family or group, then you only have to decide which product you should keep in your pantry or car.”

Customer service is the highest priority at Each product has been screened for shelf life and affordability. The company understands the importance of being properly equipped in an emergency, and therefore backs the quality of its products. Orders are filled and shipped promptly throughout the U.S. Feedback is always welcome. A friendly, knowledgeable staff member will answer customer queries in a timely manner.

For additional product reviews and information, visit the site’s brand new blog, Goodman also updates the interactive platform with tidbits about natural disasters and phenomena.

About the Company: – a division of Good Cool Company – is owned and operated by web entrepreneur Gayle Goodman, who hopes to be able to supplement her fixed income, and perhaps earn enough profit to finance her grandson’s college education.


Gayle Goodman
(877) 511-8910

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