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People don’t realize the importance of being prepared.  They consider emergency preparedness and food storage as a large ordeal that takes months and hundreds of dollars to acquire.  They imagine their home becoming a large storage unit for vast amounts of food and making drastic modifications to be prepared.  That is not the case.  Emergency preparedness is a simpler concept then that.  One small step at a time will help you get you and your home in shape and ready to weather any situation.  Start preparing with the basic essentials.  FEMA recommends a 72-Hour Kit, three day supply of food and three gallons of water per person to sustain you during an emergency.  The Ready Project has been making and selling 72 hour ready-made kits for years.  The Grab-N-Go 72 Hr Kit by the Ready Project consists of the basics that you need and has room for your own personal items.

 The Grab-N-Go Kit contains:

1 - 3.7 Gallon Plastic Bucket
12 - 4.2 oz water pouches
2 - 3600 Calorie Food Bars
2 - Protective Masks
2 - Emergency Ponchos
2 - Tissue Packs
2 - Emergency Blankets
2 - Pair of Latex Gloves
1 - Emergency Light Stick
1 - Whistle
1 - First Aid Kit (40 Piece)
1 - Shake Flashlight

On the backside of the Grab-N-Go kit is listed an emergency information panel.  You can list emergency contacts, family member’s names, meeting places, and police, hospital and fire department information.  At the bottom of The Ready Project’s 72 hour kit, there’s space to list important information or special information for special needs of certain family individuals.  It’s the perfect way to give you and your family peace of mind.  It’s a simple, easy solution to a common situation.  Here’s what some people said about the Grab-N-Go Kit:

“Just received the Grab and Go 72 Hr Kit. Love that it is easily portable, compact and includes the essentials for a true emergency. It's size will make it easy to store at work, college and at home. The Emergency Information Panel is so helpful for families to plan their course of action before an emergency arises. Gives me peace of mind as a parent. It's also a real bonus to have the extra room to carry prescribed medications and medical supplies as well as emergency cash. Thanks Ready Project!”  – Ruth

“I liked that I could add more personal items to the bucket and write on the outside what I put in. Big enough to store lots and small enough to fit in a backpack. The bucket adds great durability not to mention an essential tool in many ways.” – Jackie


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