What Would a Railroad Strike Have Done to Your Family?
September 26, 2022
When the fear of the railroad strike was dominating the news, I was hesitant to send out any messages because I did not want to be thought of as fear mongering to make a sale.
Now that has been at least temporarily averted, I do have a few comments.
If there had been any kind of prolonged rail strike, you would have been boiling your drinking water if you had no backup water supply. Our water utilities all use chloramine, chlorine or liquid bleach to disinfect our water and kill bacteria. The vast majority of it is transported by rail.
A rail strike also would have wreaked havoc with food supplies. The US DOT reports that 28% of the nation’s food is transported by rail.
We started the Survival Supply House because we know that a large majority of Americans are not prepared for any disruption past a few days. As time goes on, I have a quest to serve. Helping people survive potential disasters is one of the ways I'm doing it.
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For $200 you can cover two people for 10 days. Don’t know what to get? Call me and I will help you by asking a few simple questions. If you to dip your toe in the water before you dive in, try a 12 meal box for $34.99 or a 16 meal sample boxfor $48. We'll ship it to your home for free.
Do you think the government will save you in a dire situation? Before you answer that question look at how well they've handled inflation, crime, and the border.
If you don’t invest in my supplies, buy something. This is insurance, just like car, home, or health insurance. You hope you never use it but are damn glad you have it when you need it.