We want our Patriot-Made Audio listeners to know there are small companies out there who are doing more. And, one of those stories comes out of Seattle, Washington. Jeff Guite (pronounced Getty), who is the CEO of AmericanPreparedness.com talks about how much he pays his hourly workers, his views about our country and its responsibility for taking care of its most vulnerable citizens, in preparing for natural and man-made disasters.
Guite is a disabled American Veteran who employs other veterans to assemble emergency preparedness kits. He further explains to Rita Rich of Patriot-Made Audio how he's just a Minnesota farm "boy" trying to make a difference in veterans lives by providing a livable wage. Guite who is almost 70 years old by the way, and is still working hard. His emergency kits range from fanny-paks, to backpacks, and even large shipping containers filled with the best emergency supplies that you can get, most pf which are sourced in the United States.
Jeff Guite's business is a service-disabled, veteran owned business and a leading manufacturer and distributor of emergency preparedness kits for government, military, businesses, disaster relief organizations, and individuals and families.
To contact American Preparedness call 888-431-4511 (FREE) or send them an email info@AmericanPreparedness.com.
American Preparedness17800 Des Moines Memorial Drive, Suite DSeattle, Washington 98148-1745