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Savings / Safety Tips for September 2019 from All Safety Products, Inc.

Residents in Hurricane Dorian's Path Urged to Prepare Now!

As the forecast for Hurricane Dorian storm track changes, it's  important for those in its forecasted path to stay alert to the dangers it could bring.  Pay attention to the forecast in your area, and  be prepared to follow guidance from local officials. You may be ordered  to evacuate with little notice. Be ready to leave, have a plan for where you will go.

Areas in the storm's path include Florida, Southeastern Georgia and the Carolinas.  Impacted areas could experience  life-threatening storm surge, dangerous winds and significant infrastructure damage in the coming days. The window of time to prepare is rapidly closing, so don't wait to finalize your  storm preparations.

In Florida, download the FL511 mobile app for updated road and traffic conditions on evacuation routes. You can visit floridadisaster.org for information on emergency preparedness, shelters, road closures and evacuation routes. In Georgia, visit GEMA.Georgia.gov for evacuation or storm updates. In South Carolina, download the SC  Emergency Manager mobile app. In North Carolina download the ReadyNC mobile app.

Download the FEMA app (in English or Spanish) for directions to open shelters, a customizable  checklist of emergency supplies, disaster survival tips, and weather alerts from the National Weather Service.  FEMA and its  federal, state, local, tribal partners will continue to dedicate  resources and staff until this storm is no longer a threat to our country.

Information taken from FEMA's website, visit for updated information. 

Here is FEMA's app link.

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Ready for anything: What goes in an emergency preparedness kit?

September is typically a mild weather month, but unfortunately it's also a time when hurricanes and other extreme weather conditions can pop up. With that in mind, it's a good time to review the items you should keep in your emergency kit. Some of the items the Red Cross says you absolutely need include:

A plan for your pet. Evacuate early with your pets. Have food, pet carriers, leashes, and water.

Water, one gallon per day per person; three days worth for an evacuation.

Non-perishable food items, same guidelines as for water. Take a can opener.

Flashlight

Battery-powered or hand-crank radio, preferably a NOAA weather radio

Extra batteries

First aid kit that includes prescription medicines

Cell phones with chargers

Extra cash (remember that ATMs and other machines often don't work) and credit cards

Documents, including insurance papers, ID, deed or lease to the home, proof of address,
medication list

Emergency contact info

Emergency blankets

Map of the area (cell phone service, including GPS, could be lost)

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Delicious Recipe: Sweet and Spicy Honey Popcorn

Now that school is back in session and fall is in the air, it's the perfect time  to gear up for Friday movie nights with the family. Take advantage of National Honey Month by mixing up your tub of popcorn with a fun recipe compliments of Honey.com.

This recipe is sure to satisfy your sweet tooth while providing a nice zing of spice!

Ingredients:
10 cups plain popped popcorn
2 tablespoons butter
2 tablespoons honey
1 pinch cayenne pepper (or more!)
1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
1/4 teaspoon sea salt (more or less to taste)

Directions:
1. Pop the popcorn according to the instructions.

2. Mix the butter, honey, cayenne, and cinnamon together in a bowl. Microwave for
20 seconds at a time until it will easily combine.

3. While the popcorn is still fresh and hot, sprinkle with sea salt and drizzle
the honey mixture on top.

4. Toss everything together, ensuring an even coat.

5. Enjoy!

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About All Safety Products

We are all about trying to save you money when we are able to.  It is our shipping policy to only charge you the actual shipping costs.  Sometimes there is a shipping error on our website.  We do review all orders for accuracy and pleasantly surprise our customers when we notify them of an adjustment in their favor. We make money on products, not shipping!

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