Live Webcast: Prepare Your Family with TruPrep 9/18 at 8:30p EST

You’re invited to watch an interactive Google Plus Hangout with TruPrep, a Roswell/Marietta, Georgia and online retailer for preparedness. September is National Preparedness Month and we’d like to highlight ways to prepare your family for a range emergencies. Even the CDC recommends you “Be Ready.” I’ll be joined be Preparedness Expert Amy Hall in a live webcast Wednesday night, “Prepare Your Family” with TruPrep.

As a wife and mom I’ve got a ton of questions for Amy including:

  • How do I create an emergency preparedness plan for my family?
  • How much food and water does a family of three need to have handy?
  • Where can I store my family’s kit, food and water?
  • What can I do if my family is separated during a disaster? For example, our son is at preschool, I’m at a video shoot and my husband is at the gym?
  • How much does our family have to spend on a preparedness kit?
  • How can I find the shelters and emergency resources in my area?

If you have similar questions, keep reading to see how you can participate. Plus, there are prizes to keep your family prepped!

Live Webcast: Prepare Your Family with TruPrep 9/18 at 8:30p EST

Date: Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Time: 8:30-9:30 p.m. EST

Prizes: First 100 people who sign up will receive the Rothco 11-Function Credit Card Tool which has a can opener, knife, screwdriver, ruler, cap opener, 4-position wrench, butterfly screw wrench, saw blade, direction ancillary wrench, 2-position wrench, and a keychain hole.

One hangout participant will receive canning supplies

▪        1 dozen reusable plastic wide mouth jar lids

▪        1 Jar Storage box for 12 Quart size jars

▪        Ball Secure Grip Jar Lifter

RSVP:  Required via Eventbrite ( to qualify for prizes.

Watch it live: On TruPrep website ( or here on

Connect with TruPrep

Follow @TruPrep and like TruPrep on Facebook. Post and tweet your questions there during the live event.

Visit the Marietta (1000 Cobb Parkway North, Suite B)  and Roswell  (11230 Alpharetta Hwy, Suite 117) locations.

Disclosure: This event is sponsored by TruPrep.

About Joyce Brewer

Creator & Host of Mommy Talk Show. Emmy award-winning TV journalist.Wife & Mommy; Mom Blogger; Social Media Coach; Long Island, New York transplant living in Atlanta, GA. Follow Joyce on Twitter @MommyTalkShow Author of Use What You Know: A Business Idea Guide for Moms featuring interviews with mompreneurs who created businesses using their skills & backgrounds.

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  1. I just wrote a post about States being ready for big disasters and now you are writing this. I guess the fact that it is hurricane season and there hasn’t been any yet has gotten everyone thinking about them.
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  2. I am prepared for a Zombie takeover, so i have a lot of supplies in our little apartment – came in handy when Hurricane Sandy hit and we had no water or electric!
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  3. It never hurts to be ready. I live in Kansas and I am very afraid of tornados. I always have a plan at hand.
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  4. It’s sad and scary to have to think of things like this. We always have a stash of canned goods, water and non perishables just in case, and my sons school has everyone of our phone numbers so they can always reach us. I would love to hear all about what should be in your house. I always forget something (usually very important!!)
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  5. My husband is totally into this. I know he’d want to learn more!
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  6. I’m sorry I missed this. It would’ve been a great learning experience.
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