TRP Wins an Award!

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The Ready Project would like to welcome LaRen who is our guest blogger today.  LaRen is the Marketing Director at The Ready Project and is excited to announce TRP's award of "The Top 25 Under 5".

The Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum Honors The Ready Project®

Provo, UT, July 11, 2012- The Ready Project® wins fifth place at the “Top 25 Under Five” event hosted by the Utah Valley Entrepreneurial Forum (UVEF).  During this event the UVEF spotlights 25 of the top entrepreneurs and start-up companies that have been in operation for five years or less.

This year’s award ceremony was held at the Novell Campus in Provo. This year marked the thirteenth “Top 25 Under Five” competition. The UVEF honors companies across the entire state of Utah in fostering entrepreneurialism. Each company/applicant is judged mainly on revenue and job creation. To be nominated as a “Top 25 Under Five” is a great accomplishment.

“It's an honor to be included on this list with such innovative and fast growing companies,” said Dan Moss, The Ready Project® Co-Founder. “The incredible growth we've experience these past few years is a testament to the caliber of employees that we have on our team and the quality of the products we provide. We're glad we are making an impact and helping people all across the nation get prepared. “

Founded in the heart of the Wasatch mountains, The Ready Project® is taking an aggressive approach to preparedness, both at home and in the outdoors. Not only as a manufacturer of the finest food storage products on the market they have also worked hard to create partnerships with suppliers of some of the best survival, emergency preparedness, and outdoor products on the planet.

"We love the opportunity to provide great preparedness products for our customers,” said Rich Bliss, The Ready Project®’s other Co-Founder.  “It's a rewarding industry to be involved in! Growing the business allows us to have the resources to have a bigger impact and develop even better products."


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