American Family Safety Tailors their Emergency Kits

Published on July 17, 2020

The current state of the country has had many people anxiously stocking up on supplies, but you do not need to be a doomsday prepper to make use of the American Family Safety emergency kits. The family-owned manufacturer has recognized the increased interest in their product, saying on their website that “in recent years, it seems as though the challenges are confronting us more and more frequently.

“Hurricanes, floods, forest fires. Tornadoes and mudslides. Terrorism, and even the threat of nuclear attack. Once these problems arise, it’s often too late to take the precautions you need to keep your family safe. Fortunately, there is a family-owned company that has dedicated itself for three generations to sharing these values.

“American Family Safety offers Preparedness and Survival Kits for you to deal with virtually any adverse situation, tailored to specific emergencies.”

As a South Floridian, I know the importance of preparedness; most people in this region have Hurricane kits ready to go at a moment’s notice. The American Family Safety product line ranges from Car Safety Kits to Terrorism Disaster Kits. Each kit is put together with a different circumstance in mind. The Urban Road Warrior kit, for instance, is a Car Safety Kit that contains nearly everything you could need in your car, from a reflective triangle to a set of jumper cables.

If you need to stock up—or re-stock—on supplies, you are in luck, because American Family Safety is offering their Premium Five Person 72-Hour Emergency Survival Kit for under $150 for a limited time. The kit is put together based on the Department of Homeland Security’s recommendations for what should make up the emergency kit that they suggest every household should have.

Be sure to access their site using the following hyperlink to guarantee the discounted pricing on American Family Safety emergency kits!

Justin Shamlou is a Senior Staff Writer at Grit Daily. Based in Miami, he covers international news, consumer brands, tech, art/entertainment, and events. Justin started his career covering the electronic music industry, working as the Miami correspondent for Magnetic Mag and US Editor for Data Transmission.

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