Legacy’s tornado bug-out kit is filled with valuable, life-saving disaster preparedness supplies. With thesebug-out kits everyone can be ready for whatever disasters their area may hold, tornado or otherwise. Spring signals the start of tornado season for most of the United States, with a peak in May and June. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) tornado preparedness website advises that you go to a pre-designated shelter area such as a safe room, basement, storm cellar or the lowest building level.
You can’t stop a tornado, but having the plan and the supplies you need can make recovery easier.
Maintaining a storm shelter in preparation for a natural disaster may seem a bit alarmist to some, but if you have ever lived through a tornado, earthquake or tsunami, you understand the need for preparation.


Tornado's exert incredible forces that can wreak unimaginable havoc to homes and neighborhoods.
Legacy Premium simplifies your preparations by offering tornado preparedness supplies and disaster bug-out kits. While there is nothing you can do to prevent a tornado, there is much you can do to prepare your family for recovery from a tornado. Bug-out kits contain important supplies like food, water, a tent, blankets, ponchos, a flashlight and radio. Customize the bug-out kit for tornado preparedness with fundamentals like the NOAA weather radio, a pry bar and a 4-in-1 emergency tool. Plan for four people with the premium package or prepare two-person disaster preparedness supplies through the basic or deluxe kits.


Tornado bug-out kits include supplies with long shelf lives so you won’t have to rotate items every six months or year.
Critical tornado disaster supplies are stored together in one bug-out bag, packed and ready to go.




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