Sunday, October 8, 2017

Recent Disasters and Tragedies Make Game Plan Expo Critical Now

KANSAS CITY – In the aftermath of recent hurricanes and the tragedy in Las Vegas, we are reminded of the importance of being prepared for all types of emergencies. Although you can’t predict life’s unforeseen disasters you can put an “Emergency Game Plan” in place, ahead of life threatening emergencies.

Who: Disaster Relief and Emergency Preparedness agencies like FEMA, National Weather Service, American Red Cross, Salvation Army and Wayside Waifs and more. Also, experts in survival and preparedness.  
Classes: Free workshops, demos, hourly prize giveaways and lots of fun activities for the kids, including up close emergency vehicle tours!
·       Severe Weather: Tornadoes, Flood, Ice Storms
·       Personal Emergencies: Child Safety, Home Security, Emergency Plans for Pets, Internet Security and Identity Theft Prevention
·       Home Disasters: Fire, Blackouts, Flash Floods
·       Vehicle Safety
·       Surviving Acts of Terrorism, Situational Awareness
·       And more...
What: Attendees can leave the EXPO with the knowledge and the tools they need to respond to an emergency, or develop a 72-Hour Emergency Game Plan. Having a “Game Plan” is having peace of mind that you, your family, business or organization are better prepared to survive unexpected emergencies and disasters of all kinds.
Tickets: $12 for adults, $6 for children.  
When: Sat., Oct. 7, 9 a.m. -6 p.m.; Sun., Oct 8, 9 a.m. -4 p.m.
Where: Overland Park Convention Center, 6000 College Blvd., Overland Park, KS
Why: The Game Plan Expo is perfect for individuals, families, businesses and organizations to “Get an Emergency Game Plan” together.

Located in Lenexa, Game Plan Experts is for anyone concerned about the safety of his or her family or business. It is a Kansas-based, family-owned disaster and emergency preparedness business designed to help simplify the overwhelming amount of information about preparedness. Game Plan Experts’ goal is to make emergency and disaster preparedness easy, accessible, and affordable. ​​Based on some basic demographic and geographical information, we can help you determine where to start, what you need, and how to prepare cost-effectively.  

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