While we don’t look forward to the zombie apocalypse, we are happy to supply the amenities that will make it possible to survive.
Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 25, 2013
First-Aid Kits Online, a leading provider of first-aid kits and first-aid kit supplies worldwide, recently launched a fun and educational infographic about how to assemble a zombie apocalypse kit. The content is scattered with statistics about machetes, duct tape, and rations to help anyone survive a sudden zombie attack.
“While we don’t look forward to the zombie apocalypse, we are happy to supply the amenities that will make it possible to survive,” said a representative from First-Aid Kits Online. “We hope that this infographic serves as a fun and informative reminder as to why first-aid kits are so important in the real world.”
This imaginative infographic presents what type of first-aid kit would be the most effective in a world where the dead walk the earth with the sole goal of feeding on the living. While the content is presented in a humorous fashion, tips such as stocking up on non-perishable food items and drinking plenty of water are suitable for any survival situation – and could mean the difference between life and death in the instance of an actual zombie attack.
Although First-Aid Kits Online acknowledges the possibility of a widespread zombie epidemic actually occurring, the company stresses that its first-aid kits and first-aid kit supplies are practical lifesaving tools even outside of a zombie apocalypse. Customers interested in developing a first-aid kit suitable for any type of situation can visit their site to view their whole selection of first-aid products.
About First Aid Kits Online:
First-Aid Kits Online has offered a wide selection of first-aid kits and supplies in the greater Puget Sound area for more than 20 years, and online since 1999. Located in Seattle, Washington, the family-owned company provides a 100% guarantee on their first-aid kits and first-aid kit contents to customers nationally. For further information, call 800-874-8767 or visit http://www.firstaidkitsonline.com.