A free class that educates people about being prepared for an emergency will be held in East County, California. 4Patriots specializes in products designed to help people prepare for an uncertain future.
Feb 13, 2015 /prREACH/ -- According to a recent article in the San Diego Union-Tribune, the nationwide Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) program is coming to East San Diego County in California.
The free, six-class program educates people about disaster preparedness and the hazards that could affect the areas where they live. The key is teaching people how to fend for themselves following disasters, especially because first responders will be overwhelmed with work during a crisis.
Nashville, Tenn. based 4Patriots LLC, which provides a variety of products that help people become more self-reliant and independent, applauds the organizers of the course and those who invest their time in taking it. Because people could suddenly find themselves in a crisis that would involve being unable to access food, water and power, being prepared is the only solution.
4Patriots Partner Allen Baler says that the best way for Americans to prepare for an emergency situation is by stockpiling non-perishable food, water and other essential items.
“Emergency situations continue to occur all over the country, but too many people don’t think it will happen to them,” said Baler, whose company launched in 2008 as Reboot Marketing and was named on the Inc. 500 list of fastest growing companies in America in 2013.
But when those situations occur, only those who are prepared are going to be able to avoid heading to FEMA centers. Despite the many weather disasters, clean water shortages and cyber attacks on our electrical grid recently, many Americans are still not prepared to handle a situation in which food and water are not readily available. Another advantage to being prepared is that it leads to peace of mind. 4Patriots products include Food4Patriots, Water4Patriots, SurvivalSeeds4Patriots, EMPProtection4Patriots and Patriot Power Generators.