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What You'll Get
It's important to be prepared for a natural disaster, whether by keeping a backpack full of supplies or drawing a map of all the spots in town where you buried emergency stashes of Go-Gurt. Get ready for anything with this Groupon.
$49.99 for a Four-Day Disaster Survival Kit for Two People ($100 Value)
This go-bag contains four days worth of survival supplies for two people, including food and water, high-calorie energy bars, first aid supplies, emergency blanket, a flashlight, whistle, and army knife. It also contains a slew of sanitary items, such as toilet paper and soap. Click here to view the complete kit contents.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 12, 2013. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 3 additional as gifts. Valid only for item purchased. Pre-ordering is required and subject to availability. For delivery, additional shipping fee is $13.95 for the San Francisco Bay Area; additional shipping fee may apply outside this area. Tax not included. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Earthquake Supply Center
Whether it comes as an earthquake, tsunami, or power outage at the Super Bowl, natural disasters can throw a show-stopping monkey wrench into everyday life. Emergency services, cell-phone reception, and sometimes even basic plumbing all take a hit. Earthquake Supply Center readies its clients for such events with more or less anything a casual survivalist needs, especially ready-made kits. The bright red go-bags contain such basic supplies as MREs, water, and first aid kits, and can fit snugly in closets and trunks. Specialty kits include tools for search and rescue or animal first aid.
To outfit people for long-term survival, the center stocks tents, portable radios, bulk cooking supplies, and six-gallon barrels of dehydrated foodstuffs. Earthquake Supply Center also sells informational literature, helping people navigate thorny post-apocalyptic issues, such as finding food, building shelter, and whether or not you should bring your own tin of rainwater to a roast-squirrel dinner party.