Salt Lake City, Utah (PRWEB) March 12, 2015
The “Grab ‘N Go Binder,” allows a family to fill out the pages of the “Grab ‘N Go Organizer,” and keep them safe in a protective binder. The binder is available for sale at http://www.grabngoprepper.com and Amazon.com
"With increasing natural, economic or personal disasters it is not if but when an emergency will afflict everyone at some time. Being prepared is the best to overcome and lessen the effects of a disaster in your life. 'The Grab ‘N Go Binder' is the best solution in helping you have all your records in order," says Mary Rowbury.
A new report is elevating the possibility that California could see an 8.0 or greater earthquake during the next 30 years.
The stat comes from the Third Uniform Earthquake Rupture Forecast, better known as UCERF3. The study was a collaboration by scientists from the U.S. Geological Survey, the Southern California Earthquake Center, the California Geological Survey and the California Earthquake Authority.
Mary Rowbury is available for speaking opportunities and interviews. To schedule contact Rodney Fife at PR(at)Ironrodmedia(dot)com or (385) 223 8975.
About the Binder and Book:
Fires can become life threatening in minutes. Tornadoes can happen in an instant. A families important documents can be ready to go in a flash. With 25 years of experience as an insurance professional, Mary Rowbury helps you create your emergency binder, filled with essential records like family information, necessary contacts, financial documents, passports, medical records, and much more. Gain peace of mind knowing that this binder is at your fingertips when you may need it most.
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About Mary Rowbury:
Mary has worked in the Insurance Industry for the last 25 years. In the capacity of an insurance adjuster, she has seen disasters and how they affect families. She has been very active in her local church and community when it comes to Emergency Preparedness. Mary is often called upon to speak in front of groups on emergency preparedness.
One of her most memorable opportunities was when she traveled and worked with her co-workers in the city of Masaya, Nicaragua. Within a one week time frame, the team was able to build one of the two concrete homes (approximately 12 x 24 feet). This home was given to a very impoverished family that had lived in a small wooden shack because their family home had been destroyed due to the major Nicaraguan earthquake in 1992.
Mary is married with three daughters and loves to travel which has taken her to Europe, Canada, Mexico, Central America, and across the United States.
For more information, contact:
(385) 223 8975