How to Survive This Year’s Zombie Apocalypse

How to Survive This Year’s Zombie Apocalypse

How to Survive This Year’s Zombie Apocalypse

Early reports of this year’s Zombie Apocalypse remain unclear about whether we need to prepare for fast or slow zombies. Many a journalist have tried to fact-check Nostradamus’s prediction that the world will end this year with vague references to the half-dead. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have put together lesson plans, educational posters, a graphic novel, and a blog resource about how to prepare for the Zombie Apocalypse. You can learn about the literature and cinematic history of zombies from Assistant Surgeon General and Rear Admiral Ali S. Khan, MD, MPH. (Resident Evil is his personal favorite.)

The details are often sketchy this time of year, but there are ways to prepare no matter what type of attack occurs…


How to Be Prepared for a Fast Zombie Attack

You need real-time emergency alert updates, and you need to be ready to be on the move when the time comes. The BodyGuardz® Portable 5-in-1 Emergency Hub provides emergency alert notifications directly to your phone and/or by sounding an alarm siren. You can set your own preferences for how you are notified of a zombie attack, as well as other common types of emergency alerts. If you do need to evacuate the area in a hurry, you’ll need to be able to see where you’re going without attracting more zombies to your location. The portable flashlight feature offers just this kind of personal security light.



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Create customized Zombie Outbreak alert notifications for your location.


How to Be Prepared for a Slow Zombie Attack

You need to keep your wits about you. Stay alert and don’t get trapped or surrounded by the approaching horde. If you need just a little illumination in your shelter area, the night light feature of our 5-in-1 has you covered. Have the zombies chewed through your home’s power lines and Internet cables? You’ll still be able to get updates from the front lines through the emergency FM radio feature. And, of course, you’ll need to make sure your cell phone doesn’t die. For this, you’ll have a built-in power bank with our Emergency Hub. The 6,600mAh capacity will charge most cell phones up to two times.


How to Survive a Zombie Attack

It helps that zombies tend to stay in the realm of literature and cinema, but that’s not true of every emergency situation. If you’re among the 83% of people who do not consider themselves well prepared for an emergency, take a big step forward by adding five features all at once to your emergency preparedness plan for surviving the Zombie Apocalypse. Don’t be fooled, but don’t be a fool, either! Pick up your Emergency Hub today!

(Not sure if you’re prepared for the next Zombie Apocalypse? Take a short quiz to get your Emergency Preparedness Score and a 10% discount until April 5th…)