GOFoods Global President Brad Stewart Supports the Great Utah ShakeOut to Prepare Families for Earthquakes
In conjunction with the GOFoods Global GO Tour 2012 to feed and prosper American families, Brad Stewart supports the Great Utah ShakeOut and invites all families to participate in the drill and consider GOFoods long-term storable products as they plan for the aftermath of any natural or economic disaster.
SALT LAKE CITY, April 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Brad Stewart, president and co-founder of GOFoods Global, the nation's category creator in premium-quality food reserves and shelf-life nutrition, encourages families everywhere to support the Great Utah ShakeOut drill scheduled for 10:15 AM on Tuesday, April 17, 2012.
According to Brad Stewart, the www.shakeout.org/utah website suggests that as part of the preparedness drill, people should stop wherever they are and "Drop, Cover, and Hold On!" as if there were a major earthquake occurring at that very moment.
"GOFoods shares the main goal of the ShakeOut, which is to help Utah families get prepared for major earthquakes," said Brad Stewart. "GOFoods Global also believes in having a family food supply ready, not only for major earthquakes and other natural disasters but also for economic shortages and trials."
The ShakeOut is an opportunity for people to practice how to protect themselves during earthquakes. Official rescue teams who have been dispatched to the scene of earthquakes and other disasters around the world continue to advocate use of the internationally recognized "Drop, Cover and Hold On" protocol to protect lives during earthquakes:
DROP to the ground (before the earthquake drops you!),
Take COVER by getting under a sturdy desk or table, and
HOLD ON to it until the shaking stops.
If there isn't a table or desk near you, drop to the ground in an inside corner of the building and cover your head and neck with your hands and arms. Do not try to run to another room just to get under a table. GOFoods Global recommends learning about additional ShakeOut-suggested advice on www.earthquakecountry.info, which includes tips for what to do in an earthquake based on location.
GOFoods encourages conversation on their Facebook page www.facebook.com/gofoods to share how you and your family used the Great Utah ShakeOut as an opportunity to learn what to do before, during, and after an earthquake.
Food is a product that everyone needs, and GOFoods healthy, easy-to-prepare meals will help sustain your family in a crisis situation as well as day-to-day offerings. GOFoods allows everyone to take control of their future and feed their freedom, physically and financially.
Families everywhere within the United States and Canada are learning how GOFoods can help save them time and money, especially in today's difficult economy. GOFoods healthy easy-to-prepare meals enhances a variety of lifestyles—busy college students needing a faster nutritious meal, mothers looking for a quick dinner option that doesn't involve fast food, families wanting to purchase long-term storable reserves for the future. GOFoods allows everyone to take control of their future and feed their freedom, physically and financially.
The Great Utah ShakeOut is just one of many messages being shared as part of the company's GO Tour 2012, where people everywhere can learn more about feeding and prospering their families and how to prepare for today and the future. Families can hear President Brad Stewart firsthand and join GO Tour 2012 events in their area. Check the company's website at www.GOTour2012.com to find event dates and locations.
About GOFoods Global GOFoods' mission is to feed and prosper the world by serving, saving and sharing relevant, easy-to-prepare meals and beverages for on-the-go-lifestyles that encourage people to eat nutritiously and spend time together, while enjoying natural mouth-watering meals that taste as good today as they will in 25 years. Founded by nationally known food-reserve experts Steve Shenk and Barbara Rossberg with over thirty years of experience, the Utah-based company's goal is to change the way people look at quick-fix, extended shelf-life, and daily use food in the twenty-first century.