Market Overview Launches Solar Power Marketing Campaign with Release of New Video


A comprehensive range of Emergency Solar Generators are now available for Preppers, homeowners, high-rise workers, apartment dwellers and off-the-grid use.

Tarzana, CA (PRWEB) October 24, 2012

Emergency Preparedness Company,, has been hitting the local Southern California Earthquake Fairs hard, participating in the Great California Shakeout, the Westwood Village Earthquake Fair and many other expos with their newest line of Solar Generators for emergency power failures. Now, Power Survival has taken to the air waves and key websites like Alex Jones' “” to further their promotion nation-wide.

“We've now added our 1250-watt ‘Monster Power Kits' to our already popular 400-watt ‘Home Power Kit',” says a company spokesman. “Our unique and inclusive product packaging has made all the difference with serious buyers, including off-the-grid folks who demand a continual supply of electricity, even in their remote mountain cabins. However, home-owning families are still, by far, our biggest supporters.”

The latest video asks, 'what will you do when hurricanes, fires, floods, tornadoes, ice storms, heat waves and fallen trees take out your power supply and leave you in the dark?' It showcases some of their new systems like the ‘Revolution' which can power a refrigerator, to the ‘Beast', which cuts in half the time needed to recharge the solar battery using nothing but free sunlight. All their systems replace the need for gas-generators and are designed for use by Preppers, homeowners, high-rise workers, apartment dwellers and off-the-grid use. The video also describes their ‘Adventure Power Kit' for campers and backpackers. is a First Aid Global company whose focus is providing unique and hard-to-find items like solar generators, emergency evacuation hoods for chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear threats, burn kits and emergency preparedness products. Contact them toll free at 866-305-1753 or find their products online.

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