Emergency Essentials Introduces New Website for Those in Need of Essential Items Used During Any Emergency

Site owners compiled a list of these items that would fit into one backpack and they list these items directly on the home page as well as a link to the location where these items can be purchased. According to a site spokesperson the idea for the site came due to the current mood that anything can happen. With an increase in natural disasters that seem to be worse than ever and a polarized nation seemingly ready to come apart at the seams the risk of an emergency situation where people would be left to fend for themselves seems more real than ever before. A cottage industry has grown up around the issue of survival but often these organizations simply offer things without letting the consumer know what is essential. This website takes the important step of evaluating the essential items and presenting them to the public so all an interested person has to do is obtain the items featured, put them into a backpack and they are prepared for anything. The website itself is designed to be as user friendly as possible. It is made up of one important home page where each item is listed and described.
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10 Beauty Emergency Kit Essentials

Double-sided tape is a great trick for ensuring your dress stays put, even when you’re busting out your best moves on the dance floor. Gum or breath mints This one may seem like no-brainer, but we wanted to throw in a friendly reminder that garlic bread and slow dancing don’t usually mix. Plus there are bound to be a few of your friends who forget, so you’ll be the belle of the ball with your stash of spearmint. Lip stain Gloss can get goopy, and it’s hard to remember to reapply lipstick after every bite or sip. But lip stains (in a shade similar to your lipstick) can be a great way to touch-up without overdoing it. They tend to last longer than gloss and show up better in photos. Mini deodorant Every minute you’re not sitting down, you’re going to be dancing, jumping around and otherwise expending lots of energy flirting, gossiping and having a blast. It never hurts to have a mini deodorant on hand to ensure you’re fresh for the whole evening. Pressed powder or oil blotting papers A shiny face, though usually sign of a great time and lots of dancing, doesn’t look great in photos (and we know there will be hundreds of impromptu photo shoots before the night is through). That’s why it’s great to have something with you to eliminate shine.
You are able to obtain the full write-up over at: http://www.sheknows.com/beauty-and-style/articles/814263/prom-night-emergency-essentials-kit-1

Emergency Essentials, Inc.

Blotting wipes help to soak up excess oil and remove shine from your face, without smudging makeup or leaving behind powder. Baby wipes are great for removing makeup and cooling you down in the hot summer sun. Definitely don’t leave home without these come August. Bobby pins – A girl can never have enough of these. Keep a half dozen handy that match your hair color in case you need to glam up an outfit with an elegant updo. Pinning hair up into a chic bun, chignon, or French roll takes just a few minutes, but the fancy effect does wonders. When the heat is too much, lift your mane off your neck and skip the typical ponytail for classically stylish summer hair. Clear nail polish – Manicures are great, but sometimes you just don’t have time to get to the salon.
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Disaster preparedness: Emergency supply kit essentials for your family

Arguably the most important thing you can do to prepare you and your family is to create an emergency supply kit with the essentials needed to survive. Disasters – natural or manmade – are not something we like to think about but they do occur. Mother Nature can bring her wrath in the deadly form of earthquakes, tornadoes and hurricanes. She also can shut down entire cities with snowstorms that while not as dangerous, still need to be prepared for. As we learned tragically on September 11, 2001, man himself can cause a disaster and those threats have not gone away. No matter the cause of a disaster, you need to be prepared to survive without outside help for at least three days. You cannot rely on first responders being able to assist you right away, particularly with a large scale event. Every family should have an emergency supply kit to help them through a disaster. The list below provides a starting point for you to create your own.
Full content material obtainable listed here: http://www.examiner.com/article/disaster-preparedness-emergency-supply-kit-essentials-for-your-family

Prom night emergency essentials kit

Girls at prom

Once I find to be a mistake. Any more than that it seems to be fraud. I believe that they are knowingly misleading consumers about the offering. Business Response Additional Notes Complaint Category: Sales presentation not consistent with advertisement Complaint: They sent us a catalog that lists a Nutrimill Wheat Grinder for $239.99. They said that we would have to pay $249.99. Classic bait and switch! I received a catalog from Emergency Essentials that shows the Nutrimill Wheat Grinder on a “special call-in price” for $239.99 for the month of October (page 47 of catalog). When I called in to order the item, the sales representative told me that they could not sell the item to me for that price due to the manufacturer’s rules, but they could sell it to me for $249.99.
Source for this subject matter: http://www.bbb.org/utah/business-reviews/emergency-disaster-preparedness-equipment-and-supplies/emergency-essentials-in-orem-ut-6000835/complaints

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