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Safe in a Fire 4 is today!

 

Come one, come all! We have a live event starting at 11am today! Come join us to see one of our Big Bolts Fire Safes get loaded with prize money and thrown in a blazing furnace. We have teamed with our friends at Sam’s Club and have some fantastic prizes. Just click this link for the Live Stream and Join us on Twitter to win prizes.

Win Instantly with our QR Code Scavenger Hunt!

All right Holiday Shoppers, listen up! We often talk about how important it is to protect your important and irreplaceable family photos and memories in one of our Safes. This year we want to help you make new memories. All you have to do is go find our product in your favorite store and scan one of our QR codes with your smart phone and you could WIN INSTANTLY! We are giving away products, ME911 Subscriptions, Gift Cards to Travelocity and a grand prize of $1,000.00 dollars in air fare from Continental Airlines!

It is so easy! Find a Code, Scan a Code and WIN! Go, right now and find one! You could be winning, what are you waiting for!?

Happy Holidays,

Josh

Safe in a Fire 2

For those of you that missed our live streaming burn event last month we have a recap video available. It was a great time, we burned one of our new 1.2 Cubic Foot Big Bolts Fire-Safes live, gave away great prizes (some of which we burned in the safe!) and had some fantastic guest stars. Thanks to all who participated and to those that missed it, never fear. We will be firing up the oven again when the snow melts here in Rochester NY.

Keep it Safe.

Joshua

Big Bolts: Fox Business

The Willis Report on Fox Business featured our Big Bolts Fire-Safe in with some other great new home security products. “The Money Pit” radio show host Tom Kraeutle walks you through some really cool new products. Check it out.

Josh

Robert Siciliano: 10 Things to keep in your Big Bolts Fire-Safe

Your house isn’t going to catch on fire, right? Well, you hope not, so maybe you even fool yourself into believing it can’t happen. But I’ll bet you have fire insurance, and maybe a collapsible escape ladder, and a fire extinguisher or two. I have all this, and I also back up all my digital data in the cloud, including pictures and documents.

And I have a fire-resistant safe.

All this preparation is so that if there ever is a fire, I can reduce or eliminate any risks to lives and valuables.
Most documentation is replaceable, but certain things are not. Sometimes, when documentation is replaceable, getting duplicates can be a nightmare.

Mementos: Photos, love letters, children’s drawings, and so on. You probably have a box full of things that you like to browse through every ten years or so. Or photo albums on a shelf. If these items were incinerated, you’d be very unhappy.

Insurance papers: Home, auto, life, health, and business insurance papers should be protected.

Health related information: if you have health issues and multiple files, records, and prescriptions, they should be protected.

Financials: Documentation regarding investments, bank account numbers, stocks, bonds and coins should be protected.

Wallet: Photocopy everything in your wallet front and back and put the copy and extra credit cards and cash should be protected.

Identification: Birth certificates, passports, driver’s licenses, Social Security cards, insurance cards, and any other identifying documents should be protected.

Titles: Deeds, boat, and automobile titles should be protected.

Wills: Any and all documentation related to a will should be protected.

Jewelry: Most insurance providers require a safe in order to obtain insurance coverage.

Extras: I have an extra passport, extra credit cards, extras set of keys, extra emergency cash, and extra identification, all protected in my safe.

Robert Siciliano is a Personal and Home Security Expert for SentrySafe. See him Discussing burglar proofing your home on Fox Boston. Disclosures.

About the Author:ROBERT SICILIANO, CEO of IDTheftSecurity.com is fiercely committed to informing, educating, and empowering Americans so they can be protected from violence and crime in the physical and virtual worlds. His “tell it like it is” style is sought after by major media outlets, executives in the C-Suite of leading corporations, meeting planners, and community leaders to get the straight talk they need to stay safe in a world in which physical and virtual crime is commonplace. Siciliano is accessible, real, professional, and ready to weigh in and comment at a moment’s notice on breaking news.

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