Riverside CA Emergency Kit Preparedness Supplies Corporate Solutions Launched

Simpler Life, an emergency survival supplies company based in Redlands, California, launched an updated range of preparedness solutions for clients in Riverside, Redlands, San Bernardino and other areas. The company offers complete emergency kits for residents, corporate and institutional clients.

Redlands, United States - September 13, 2017 /PressCable/ —

Simpler Life, a Redlands, California company specializing in survival and preparedness solutions, announced an updated range of services following the latest severe weather conditions. The company offers a wide range of survival supplies, emergency kits and various other items, many of which will be presented at two disaster planning conventions in Sacramento and Anaheim.

More information can be found at https://simplerlife.com.

Emergency preparedness is essential to avoid potentially life-threatening situations during hurricanes, flooding, earthquakes and other extreme events. Simpler Life is a leading survival supplies and training company with more than 35 years of experience providing preparedness solutions for various prestigious clients, including NASA, Alaska Air, Boeing, Oroweat, Nestle, Ford, Capital Group and various others.

In light of the recent extreme weather events, the company has announced an updated range of survival products as part of its continuous campaign to provide quality preparedness solutions for residents and companies in Riverside, San Bernardino, Redlands, Sacramento, Anaheim and other areas.

The company offers public access bleeding control kits available in various sizes, portable first aid kits, water filtration tools, emergency food supplies and many other products. Specialized kits for vehicles, offices and hospitals are also available.

Simpler Life will present its products at two disaster planning conventions held between September 18 – 21. The company will be among the exhibitors at the Disaster Planning for California Hospitals on September 18- 20 at the Sacramento Convention Center, and at the American Red Cross Disaster Preparedness Academy at the Anaheim Convention Center on September 21. Additional details can be found at https://www.calhospital.org/disaster-planning.

Owner Bod Snedaker emphasized the company’s dedication to providing quality emergency supplies for all types of clients:

“It is evident that disaster can strike at any time – while we are at work, driving down the road, at home, at school or watching our kids playing soccer or baseball. Just being prudent , let alone the moral and physical implications of not being prepared, should drive us all to work at looking ahead and being prepared – whether it is for our family, for our employees, for our city, or for our state. That is why Simpler Life exists – we want to help you in your quest to be able to provide and protect in times of emergency.”

Interested parties can find more information by visiting the above-mentioned websites.

Contact Info:
Name: Bob Snedaker
Email: info@simplerlife.com
Organization: Simpler Life
Address: 2035 W Park Ave, Redlands, California 92373, United States
Phone: +1-800-266-7737

For more information, please visit https://simplerlife.com

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 239005

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