Disaster Relief Supply Provides Products for Building Your Own Emergency Kit

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Emergency kits contain survival essentials. Food, water, flashlights, radios, and more can all be found in a common kit. Disaster Relief Supply is now offering products that allow customers to build their very own “bug-out-bag”.

an emergency kit is among the most essential disaster preparedness must-haves

Survival is on the mind of millions world-wide as thoughts of economic turmoil, war, natural disasters, and apocalyptic predictions remain at-large. Emergency supplies are in high demand as many self-proclaimed “survivalists” and “preppers” search out effective methods of endurance in a chaotic scenario. Among the multitudes of emergency products, most can agree that an emergency kit is among the most essential disaster preparedness must-haves. Disaster Relief Supply now offers pre-made emergency kits, along with supplies that can be used to build a custom emergency kit.

Of the new products Disaster Relief Supply has added to its shelves, few have raised as much hype as their long-life food and water packets or bottles. Every emergency kit should contain ample food and water, which according to FEMA, is about a ½ gallon of water a day per person, and enough calories to supply the energy needed to perform necessary work.

High-dexterity Life Gear brand back-packs have also been added to the Disaster Relief Supply inventory. These bags contain a mini first aid kit, and multiple utility pockets and zippers for extra storage.

Since the opening of their doors and launch of an e-commerce website in November 2011, Disaster Relief Supply has been catering to a large number of emergency preparedness clientele. Weather radios, flashlights, ponchos, and more survival and safety items have been sold as additions to emergency kits customers had been constructing. Now offering a complete inventory of common kit pieces, Disaster Relief Supply is hoping to attract new business using the “do-it-yourself” strategy of emergency preparedness and disaster recovery.

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