HurricaneCamping.com is Premier Camping Gear & Disaster Survival Outfitters

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Novice and experienced outdoorsmen and women are sure to gain valuable information from the insights of Geof and Janet Lane, founders of HurricaneCampingBlog.com. The husband and wife duo, who are outdoor enthusiasts, publish blog posts that cover topics complementary to the camping, emergency preparedness, and survival gear sold through HurricaneCamping.com.

Web entrepreneurs and outdoor enthusiasts Geof and Janet Lane are pleased to debut their brand new blog, HurricaneCampingBlog.com. The informative posts serve as a complement to the main retail site, http://www.HurricaneCamping.com, where customers can shop for camping, emergency preparedness, and survival gear.

“We have pretty much all our lives been outdoor people,” said Geof. “We also live in a hurricane zone, so we know first hand how important it is to be prepared in an emergency. We’ve done our best to put together a one-stop-shop for all camping, survival, and emergency preparedness essentials.”

As the premier camping gear and disaster survival outfitters on the Web, it is no surprise that featured supplies turn a camping site into a home away from home. Customers are urged to browse through the collection of dome tents, outdoor cookware and flatware, stools, backpacks, and deluxe backpacks. Oft forgotten items, like a tent seam sealer, repair kit, and tent LED light and fan combo are also available. For those shoppers in need of all the aforementioned items, try a complete camping supplies set. The Top-o-the-Line camping package for eight is particularly popular. It comes with: a three room tent, eight sleeping bags, two queen size air mattresses, eight LED flashlights, a deluxe 125 piece first aid kit, a barbecue grill set, two five gallon water carriers, and much more!

Don’t leave safety to chance; be prepared for any emergency situation with the items offered in the emergency preparedness section of the online store. Emergency situation essentials include a first aid kit, flashlights, lanterns, dust masks, food, and pocket knives. Stock those supplies in an easy to reach location. A Grab & Go Bag for one or two people is a great item to keep in the home, car, and office. In addition to the first aid, emergency blankets, and toiletries, the bags also have room for a change of clothes. They also feature survival kits for children. Getting through natural disasters should not be left to chance either. Having an action plan for the family and plenty of survival gear on hand increases the odds of survival. As with emergency preparedness, first aid kits are crucial, as are water bottles, water filters, emergency meals, and binoculars. The Personal Survival-in-a-Can packs survival essentials into an easy to transport container.

Customer service is of the utmost importance at HurricaneCamping.com. Each piece of equipment has been screened for quality, durability, and affordability. Orders are filled and shipped promptly. Customer feedback is always welcome; in fact, Geof and Janet pride themselves on their ability to personally respond to all queries in a timely manner.

“We’re small, we’re easy to talk to, and we’re here to share our experiences,” said Geof.

As avid campers who have roughed it in many parts of the globe, Geof and Janet have plenty of experience that they share with customers through their blog, http://www.HurricaneCampingBlog.com. Topics range from “Camping 101” to emergency preparedness tips to food ideas and beyond. Connect with the Lanes through Facebook where they have posted pictures from their trips to Washington State, Hawaii, the Galapagos Islands, Great Smokey Mountains, and more.

About the Company:
HurricaneCamping.com – a division of KUA Sales, LLC – is owned and operated by web entrepreneurs Geof and Janet Lane.

Geof and Janet Lane
http://www.HurricaneCamping.com
(813) 835-9893
(813) 817-3863

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