Glowzebra Announces Light Stick - Perfect Emergency Lights for the rough weather this season.

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Glow sticks can bring light to thousands of families affected by the power cut in the recent Storms.

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Light Stick - Glow in the Dark Chemical Stick from Amazon could have brought light to help thousands of families in the recent Midwest snow storms. Christmas should be a happy occasion but unfortunately due to the ice storms which stretched from upper Midwest to the far northeast and into Canada that left over 350,000 people without light and power, the festive season was not very festive for everyone.

Energy customers found themselves without power, leaving households in the dark with many having no emergency equipment to bring light to their properties, but with forward thinking and having the proper emergency equipment in place, many of these households could have had emergency lighting, thanks to the Glow in the Dark Chemical Stick.

The Light Stick glow in the dark chemical stick which is waterproof is priced at just $8.97 and will provide you with the peace of mind that for just a small amount of money you are preparing yourself for the future in case you find yourself in an emergency that leaves your property without light and power such as the recent Midwest snow storms.

The glow in the dark chemical stick comes with a 2 years storage guarantee provides light for 8-10 hours, there is no heat, no flame and sparks and no battery is required and in case you are worried about the rain damaging it, the light stick is waterproof.

According to weather experts all around the world, weather is going to become even more unpredictable as time goes by which could mean more serious snow storms, that could leave thousands of families without light and power. Emergency experts are warning householders to start thinking about storing emergency supplies and equipment in case of a storm which includes lighting equipment, water bottles and extra blankets. The Light Stick is one of those vital items that could help in a power cut while waiting for the energy companies to restore power to your property.

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