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5/13-5/26: Preparedness Consultant (Ann Arbor)

Do you remember when Covid hit and you couldn't buy toilet paper? Or when entire sections of the grocery store were cleaned out consistently?
FEMA recommends having 2 weeks of food and 1 gallon of water per person PER DAY for two weeks, yet many people have only a few days of food on hand and maybe a few loose bottles of water.
As we all found out, grocery stores only have about 3-4 days worth of extra food on hand at most, while suppliers aren't able to ramp up production fast enough to keep up with rapidly increasing demand.
What happens if another disaster comes along, or a strike happens somewhere along the line from production to delivery to store?

This isn't about being scared, it's about being prepared.
As someone who has lived off grid in the tropics and also in metro cities like Los Angeles and New York, as well as several years (and winters) here in Michigan, I bring a unique background of experience in being prepared for many different scenarios and will work with you to tailor a preparedness plan that suits YOUR specific needs for peace of mind.

If you're interested in being ready for the next big pandemic, blackout, blizzard or zombie apocalypse please reach out for more information.

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