Wednesday, November 25, 2009

Our First "Safecastle 7-Day Riot"

We are going to see if we can survive a big new idea by my son, Ben.

The objective is to dig up cool new products--somehow preparedness related, of course--and introduce them to our customers at the absolute lowest price possible.


This will only work with most of these products if we discount them for no longer than 7 days. After that, many of them will remain in our store at more reasonable pricing.
I am not sure if we will be doing this weekly, every other week, or some random period that emerges out of necessity based on our overall workload. But all that matters right now is this first "7-Day Riot."

Safecastle 7-Day Riot: 11/25 - 12/2


The
Safecastle 7-Day Riot, first installment (click here), consists of three new products that we have been invited to acquire at some extra-discounted wholesale pricing ...

1.
An anti-bacterial UV light wand -- I purchased one of these a couple of months ago to test it. I like it. It seems to do the trick, as I have not been sick, although everyone else in the household has been (with H1N1, our clinic believes).

The wand is fast and great for keyboards of all kinds, doorknobs, desktops, tabletops, mail, bathroom and kitchen counters, and just about any other kind of solid surface you can think of.

Note that these battery-operated UV wands are NOT for use on skin and you must take care not to shine them toward your eyes.

2.
The Garmin Nuvi 550 GPS -- a very versatile and portable GPS unit for on-road and off-road use.

3.
A Wind 'N Go Freedom Shaver -- a multi-power, wind-up shaver with three floating and rotating heads.

No power? No problem--get a full shave with one minute of winding.
I'm not a blade man. In fact, I like my facial hair, so a power outage doesn't scare me. But if my teenage son's peach fuzz gets too wild, this baby is going to keep his girlfriends happy (don't tell him I said that).

Actually, I do selectively shave my face and I will be well-groomed as well, come hell or high water.


Happy Thanksgiving


May you have a blessed Thanksgiving. Surely, we all still do have much to be grateful for in America. Be sure to stop, reflect on the goodness in your life, and thank God for his blessings and mercies.
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