Infographic: If You Can Pack a Diaper Bag, You Can Make an Emergency Kit
Posted at 1 p.m.
In our last post, we brought you a video that hopefully got you inspired to build your emergency kits — for home, office and car. Today, we bring you an infographic.
Infographics are a great, visual ways to tell the story of preparedness. This graphic (PDF) from Anaheim, Calif., shows that if you can pack a diaper bag, you can pack a disaster bag.
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