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On a rainy day, while I hurriedly walked toward our front door with my head down, cursing the rain under my breath, my 2-year-old son jumped along behind me giggling as he splashed and drenched his pant legs.  He looked as comfortable and happy as he would on a bright and warm day.  In our current economy and amid severe weather—when not all is sunny and bright—I would so much more like to have my son’s outlook…

Before the year is out, we aim to help roughly 2,800,000 people afford this same level of confidence by helping them establish a 1-year pantry including items that will prepare them for the most likely natural disaster for Utah:  an earthquake.

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