If you are prepared for zombies, you are prepared for anything.
Newmarket, NH (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
PHI Management Solutions announced upgrades to their popular line of Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kits just in time for the holiday season. Gilbert Colon, Senior Vice-President at PHI made the announcement on October 1st at the monthly partners meeting. The upgrades, he said, have been in the works for a while and are designed to provide consumers a more functional kit without significantly increasing the price.
The most visible change is the redesigned Warning Sign that comes packed in the kit along with an upgraded military style back pack, survival knife, and other tools. Ralph Huber, the President of PHI Management Solutions, said that the best part of the kit is that it is a fully functional Grab-n-Go bag packed with items that every family should have handy during an emergency. The kits also come is several different versions but the most popular is the Zombie Apocalypse Survival Kits v2012 which retails for $124.99.
When asked, why this kit has proven to be so popular, Colon said that the marketing research shows that it is a combination of serious and fun both at the same time. Colon went on to say that the company’s marketing tag line for the Zombie Kits is “if you are prepared for zombies, you are prepared for anything.” And, that he said was by design. This kit contains food, water, and other recommended emergency supplies. This kit is not a gimmick; it is a serious emergency kit with a fun theme. Huber added that the kit will continue to be available for retail purchase on the company website but it is also now available for wholesale customers.
PHI Management Solutions, Emergency Management Division, offers many different home and institutional products for emergency planning. They also have free downloads and information links designed to inform and assist individuals, families, organizations and businesses prepare for emergencies.Our team is composed primarily of veterans with over 90 years of combined service. Each member of the team has proven themselves through combat command and has extensive experience in disaster response and planning. Team members have commanded response forces and/or participated in several disaster responses to include the 2005 crash of a civilian airliner in Afghanistan, Hurricane Katrina 2005, Southwest New Hampshire Flooding in 2005, New Hampshire Statewide flooding in 2006, Epsom NH tornado response in 2007, the 2008 New England Ice Storm, 2009 Anthrax Response in Durham, NH, the 2010 Wind Storm, Hurricane Irene in 2012, and the October 2011 Snow Storm.