Special 3-hour “Seminar” about practical preparedness
Monday, 1 October 2012: If you’re awake to current events, then you’re undoubtedly concerned about being prepared. There is, however, a big difference between the many discussions you’ve listened to about preparedness versus the practical aspect of being prepared. Don’t make the mistake of believing you’re ready for any disaster, be it man made or natural, to learn that you were not as prepared as you thought.
Our guests tonight will assist you in matters of practical preparedness, covering much needed specific areas of preparedness often overlooked by even the most well-known experts.
Phillip Hoag is a well known international survival consultant, author of “No Such Thing As Doomsday,*” and an in-demand speaker who has traveled the world to gain knowledge so that he can help all of us to prepare for any disaster. He is the foremost authority on private fallout shelters and doomsday bunkers, and has been involved in the organization and construction of numerous large underground shelter projects. He is one of a few civilians in the U.S. with experience in the area of shelter life support systems, including power generation and air filtration. Mr. Hoag will offer important, life-saving information on how to survive any disaster, and provide important, practical information on food and water storage, energy needs, and offer other important tips to help you turn your knowledge into real-life application.
Steve Quayle, one of the founders of the preparedness movement and expert in many areas of preparation and survival will also joining this critical round table discussion about what we can and should do now to help us turn our knowledge of general preparedness principles into practical application. Replace fear by learning what will work for you.