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Ready Store Introduces EasyPrep Buckets

By Jeff Davis
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DRAPER, UTAH - Nov. 17, 2013 - Ready Store Inc, the leader in food storage and emergency preparedness, has introduced a new line of products that aims to help families prepare more easily.

"Most people don't know where to start preparing," said Paul Fulton, president of The Ready Store. "People are beginning to realize the need to be prepared with food storage and emergency supplies. However, they feel frustrated because they don't know how much food they'll need - or how much it's going to cost them when they're done."

The new EasyPrep line of products aims to answer those questions and make the buying process simple for customers. Customers will also be able to add buckets of fruits, vegetables, desserts and more. To see the full line of EasyPrep products visit readystore.com/easyprep

Research has shown that the majority of Americans believe that the world will experience a major catastrophe in the next nine years. However, almost half of them believe they don't have enough supplies to be ready for the catastrophe. (Kelton Research, 2012)

About how many years from now, if ever, do you think it's likely that the world will experience a major catastrophe? Your best guess is fine.
Response
Total
%
Less than a year
175
17%
1-4 years
117
12%
5-9 years
148
15%
10-19 years
176
17%
20-99 years
169
17%
100 years or more
56
6%
Never
166
16%

"We wanted to make food storage easy," Fulton said. "We want people to know exactly how much food storage they have and how long it will last them."

EasyPrep buckets are available now on ReadyStore.com, Costco.com, Amazon.com, Overstock.com and other partner websites.

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8 years ago
Comments
Joseph B.
6 years ago at 4:07 AM
I found THE READY STORE a week ago by accident. I looked at their products and I was in hog heaven. I ordered water storage, and filters, fire kits, and some of those new TSOGO products to try. The World is going nuts and I wish I could get everything I need at once. I just hope they hold off long enough for me to stock up.