Last Updated: July 28, 2016 Helping you prepare for severe weather is what we do. It's our business and our passion. That means we are always interested in learning how to do it better. And that's why Survive-a-Storm Shelters is in Oklahoma City this week for the two-day National Tornado Summit.
We are at the fourth annual National Tornado Summit to introduce you to our storm shelters and safe rooms. We are also there to learn more about disaster mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery so we can serve you better.We are just a handful of folks among the 1,000 participants, but we are as serious about your safety -- and as devoted to it -- as the best of them. Read our customer testimonials to find out just how seriously Survive-a-Storm Shelters is about your family's safety.It's easy to see why Oklahoma City is the site of the fourth annual summit. Oklahoma is no stranger to tornadoes. It's located in the heart of "Tornado Alley," and Oklahoma City suburbs Moore and El Reno were raked by tornadoes during a two-week period in 2013.The timing of the Oklahoma City Summit couldn't be better. It comes one week before the state's Severe Weather Preparedness Week, March 1-7. Ohio, Missouri, Kansas, Illinois and Arkansas have also marked next week as a time to either prepare for or increase awareness of severe weather.
Check out Survive-a-Storm's tried and tested FEMA-compliant shelters on our website at www.survive-a-storm.com. They are able to withstand winds and debris from any EF5 tornado and are available to fit every household, every situation, and every budget. We offer both above and below ground options.We can also be found in many of The Home Depot stores in Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, and Missouri. We are even available on homedepot.com. Then give us a call at 888-360-1492. We want to answer your questions, ease your mind, and help you ensure your family's safety -- while you enjoy easy, low-cost financing too.