Home Depot Says, “Let’s Do This!”
September 1st marks the beginning of National Preparedness Month. National Preparedness Month is sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and aims to promote education and awareness on how people can prepare and respond to all types of emergencies. So how can you get started preparing for an emergency? It’s as easy as finding your way to the nearest Home Depot.
We all know that The Home Depot is a home improvement wonderland, so it’s no surprise that you can find everything you need to prepare for an emergency.
They have it all…from glow sticks to generators. So let’s review the basics when it comes to basic emergency preparation.I like simple. Apparently The Home Depot thinks the same way. They provide great options with items like Ready America’s Grab ‘n Go 2-Person Backpack Deluxe Emergency Kit. This kit contains items like ponchos, blankets, first aid items, duct tape, hygiene items, drinking water, survival multi-purpose knife, and a really cool phone-charging flashlight! Whoa! How much easier can it get? Need more or less? These kits are available in one person, two person, and four person versions. The Home Depot even provides an emergency kit for pets! Five-year shelf life dog food, water pouches, rawhide bones, and a pet carrier are just some of the items provided in this pet-friendly version.Want to prepare with the ultimate in protection? Survive-a-Storm safe rooms and storm shelters can now be found in all Home Depots in the great state of Oklahoma as well as online at homedepot.com! We have underground shelters as well as above ground options like the Survive-a-Storm Twister Pod. The Twister Pod is a great economical solution for people who need protection, but do not have a lot of space. The Twister Pod is easily installed in an existing garage, carport or outside patio and is engineered to withstand EF5 tornado winds. So don’t let September slip away without preparing for your next emergency. Survive-a-Storm and The Home Depot are ready to help! As The Home Depot says, “Let’s Do This!”