In March 2021, Paul Martin gave a well-attended presentation on preparedness. We were able to capture the entire presentation on video, and it’s now available as a series of low cost videos on our Vimeo site. Rent the entire set for 3 months for $19, download the entire series for $25, or get the 2018, 2020, and 2021 videos (complete) for $30 (3 month rental) or $50 (download). Individual videos are $2-5 depending on video length.
Use code PTM15OFF to get a 15% discount on the videos until May 15, 2021.
Texas has its annual Emergency Preparedness Sales Tax Holiday April 24-26. You can take advantage of it to purchase items listed in Paul’s Ready Citizen Manual.
A quick overview of the topics in the 2021 videos is here
Introduction – includes basic overview of Preparedness concepts
The Ready Citizen Manual
Paul expands on the content in his free Ready Citizen Manual
Food – the most critical preparedness item
Water – second most critical
Cash and Medical
Energy and Lighting
Learn more about Paul and his preparedness programs at paultmartin.com
Emergency Supplies Sales Tax Weekend is April 24-25
One of my favorite weekends of the year is coming up this week: Texas Emergency Supplies Sales Tax Holiday Weekend! I helped get this law passed a few years ago, and now we can all save tax dollars on things we need anyway. Many of these items would have been very helpful to have back in February when our power grid crashed. If it crashes again this summer due to hurricanes, high temps, locusts, or some other passage in the book of Revelation, you’ll want some of these items on hand. Stock up now! The more you spend, the more you save!
These emergency preparation supplies qualify for tax exemption if purchased for a sales price:
Less than $3,000 Portable generators
Less than $300 Emergency ladders Hurricane shutters
Less than $75 -Axes -Batteries, single or multipack (AAA cell, AA cell, C cell, D cell, 6 volt or 9 volt) -Can openers – nonelectric -Carbon monoxide detectors -Coolers and ice chests for food storage – nonelectric -Fire extinguishers -First aid kits -Fuel containers -Ground anchor systems and tie-down kits -Hatchets -Ice products – reusable and artificial -Light sources – portable self-powered (including battery operated) -Examples of items include: candles, flashlights and lanterns -Mobile telephone batteries and mobile telephone chargers -Radios – portable self-powered (including battery operated) includes two-way and weather band radios -Smoke detectors -Tarps and other plastic sheeting
KR Training, in association with Paul, will offer a two day preparedness weekend August 28-29, 2021. That weekend will include a full day of preparedness-focused medical instruction from Dr. Ben Weger, and a full day of in person activities and hands on instruction from Paul in our air conditioned, indoor classroom at the A-Zone Range.
This two-day event will cover recent developments in the vulnerabilities of the grid, societal unrest, increased response times from law enforcement and EMS, recent weather extremes and possible changes to firearms laws across the country. Students will receive information and guidance on better managing such situations such as dealing with extended utility outages and supply chain disruptions, preparing for a wide spectrum of medical problems, and improving their ability to ready their homes and neighborhoods for prolonged emergencies.
Read more about preparedness by browsing older preparedness articles on this blog.
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