Speaking on Business: Get Ready Now
Get Ready Now, Kim Wirthlin is offering a simple, safe and easy way to be prepared for anything that may happen.
This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.
Research has shown that only 9% of businesses are prepared for an emergency. And a recent survey of the Federal Emergency Management Agency found that 60% of American adults haven’t practiced what to do in the event of a disaster. With her company, Get Ready Now, Kim Wirthlin is offering a simple, safe and easy way to be prepared for anything that may happen.
Get Ready Now offers customized packs designed for the first 24 to 72 hours after an emergency. They come in a waterproof, clear bag so you can easily see what’s in the pack and include everything you’ll need for survival in the first few days after an event occurs. All pack contents come with a five-year warranty and are unwrapped and ready for use, including batteries.
Kim says Get Ready Now is serving both the residential and corporate market. Their kits include a 24-hour grab and go pack to serve you for the first day after an event occurs, a vehicle pack and a full 72-hour grab and go pack. There’s also a student pack designed for kids that can be used in an educational setting. And for corporate clients, they include a notification to remind you when to replace your food and water so the packs always up to date.
Find them online at getreadynow.com.
For Zions Bank, I’m Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.
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