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Tornado Shelter Signs: Send us Yours!

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Tornado Shelter sign at Denver International Airport
Tornado Shelter sign in a Kansas City parking deck
Tornado Shelter sign in a Kansas City parking deck
Last Updated: July 28, 2016 It’s invisible until we need it. We can walk right past the tornado shelter sign directing us to safety when the weather is fine. But when the wind kicks up and the alarms sound, we’re glad to discover a storm shelter nearby.We were walking through the Denver International Airport recently when we were surprised to see signs directing us to a tornado shelter. Then we remembered why. A tornado was sighted at the airport in June of 2013. And just last May, the airport was closed and passengers were directed to seek shelter when tornadoes were spotted.
Kansas City Tornado Shelter sign

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Now we are asking you to pay attention to those signs that are often invisible. When you see a tornado shelter sign in a public place, pull out your smart phone, snap a photo and make it visible by posting it on our Survive-a-Storm Shelters Facebook page.At Survive-a-Storm, we help keep you safe by making  the highest quality, most reliable residential storm shelters sold in America and available nationwide in select Home Depot stores and online through HomeDepot.Com. What’s more, our prefabricated community storm shelters are used by some of the world’s largest companies, including Kia Motors, Siemens, and Mercedes Benz.  But that doesn’t mean we don’t put as much effort into our residential storm shelters as we do for our larger ones.  In fact, we require as much testing and quality on all of our units.  We care about everyone, and we expect our shelters to all have the same results.  Near absolute protection from any EF5 tornado winds and debris.Check us out on our web page at or give us a call at 888-360-1492 and speak to one of our storm shelter experts today.
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