SEREBOX Launch Creates a Simple Way for Americans to Prepare for Emergencies
Survivor-Outfitter Inc., maker of quality emergency kits and provider of long term food and survival gear, is announcing the release of its newest project: SEREBOX. SEREBOX is a monthly subscription box delivering emergency food and gear to doorsteps around the country.
Kennesaw, GA (PRWEB) February 15, 2014
Survivor-Outfitter.com, a leader in customization of emergency packs and other emergency preparedness gear, has launched a new product designed to make preparedness easy to use and simple to store. It’s called SEREBOX. By offering SEREBOX as a complete system in a monthly subscription service, Survivor Outfitter has taken the hassle out of preparing for emergencies.
There has been a growing problem within the emergency industry: How to provide an easy to use solution to help people prepare for emergencies. With the successful rise of subscription boxes and a higher need for emergency preparedness, the solution was born.
The creators of Survivor-Outfitter.com designed a program called SEREBOX (http://www.serebox.com ). SEREBOX is a monthly subscription service that brings high quality emergency food and gear to the masses for $39 per month with no shipping costs. Items each month cover the four major emergency elements: food, fire water and shelter. By combining these elements into clever themes each month, customers are assured a good variety of food and gear. Every month includes some form of emergency food, typically in the form of dehydrated long shelf life items that are both low in sodium and non GMO.
In addition to the gear, SEREBOX also includes an inventory system so users can easily understand what they ordered in every box, approximate shelf life and directions on how to use the gear inside the box. All of the information for each box is loaded onto a web page for easy review
Every user that signs up gets the same welcome kit their first month. The welcome kit is designed to be placed in a car or office and used as an emergency bug out kit. Inside the welcome kit you have food, water, storm-proof matches, biodegradable cooking pots, eating utensils, stove, fuel, blanket as well as other items of need. The welcome kit breakdown can be viewed at http://www.serebox.com/022014.html.
Sign up is a very simple process and users can cancel at any time with no commitment. The whole idea for the process is to create a very user friendly and simple experience so that it will become easy to prepare for emergency situations without the hassle of budgets, checklists and high costs.
For those looking to learn more about SEREBOX they can visit http://www.serebox.com or email at info (at) survivor-outfitter (dot) com.
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