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The FaceBook app 'Prepper' is launching

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn., December 22, 2012 /PRNewswire/ --

 

The purpose of the app is to provide tools and resources globally to all citizens to be able to prepare for many disasters.

Prepper has many unique tools to be a valuable tool.

Times are so tough and almost scary to most people. Knowing that there will be no quick fix and things will most likely get much worse before it gets better.

There are many countries that are much worse then others. We see that it is critical for the survival of many to have access to resources and like minded others. Considering the threats and disasters that we all face including cyber attacks, economic turmoil, food crisises, pandemic, power outages, natural disasters, wars, droughts and so on.

There are many experts that have a lot of experience and knowledge that they can convey to others to be prepared for the unexpected emergencies that we can face. These experts can convey their expertise by posting ebooks, videos and postings on Prepper.

Companies and individuals that produce products to prepare and survive disasters and post their items for sell or trade on the trading post in 'Prepper.'

Keep up with news in areas of disasters by reading news posted by individuals experiencing  the disasters first hand. Organize and search for other like minded individuals to work together to prepare for the unexpected. Post and watch tutorials that help you prepare in ways you never imagined for disasters.

Preppers is the app that provides invaluable and life saving resources , news and leverages Facebook's social networking capabilities to organize and prepare communities to survive disasters .

Visit http://apps.facebook.com/be_prepared to get started.


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