11 November 2014: The American Survival Wholesale (ASW) Team honors veterans – past and present. To celebrate the best of the best – the men and women who have served our nation with pride and selflessness, American Survival Wholesale has put together an exceptional package that combines unmatched quality with extreme affordability. For the next three days only, you can benefit from ASW’s Veteran’s Day celebration by ordering their “We Served with honor” package. It’s a full week of long term storable food having a 20-year shelf life that contains breakfast, lunch and dinner that is being discounted by 60%!
The Hagmann & Hagmann Report recommends and endorses this particular package to everyone. The value and quality is unmatched! If you are just starting to prepare, or are looking for a very sensible way to start, this package is for you. To honor our veterans, the ASW team has discounted the price by 60% off of its retail value! What normally sells for $86.00 can be yours for $34.00, but only if you order within the next three-(3) days.
There is no limit to the number of packages you may purchase, although no dealers please. Take this opportunity to either start your preps, plug any holes in your preparations, or top off what you have in your pantry. Regardless of where you are at with respect to your preps, you cannot go wrong on this deal. This is also the “perfect package” for any family member just starting out. The Hagmann & Hagmann Report fully supports and endorses this deal of 2014!
PS: Did you notice the breathtaking painting on the ASW website?
The scene is set against the darkened skies of a smoky battlefield as the glorified Christ moves through the midst of soldiers from all the different eras of time. As if they had stepped from the battle moments before, bloodstained and exhausted, they bow in submission, overwhelmed by emotion before the King of Kings.
On Christ’s sash, the words of Isaiah are written in ancient Hebrew, “They shall beat their swords into plowshares … neither shall they learn war any more” (Isaiah 2:4).
Can anyone truly comprehend the sacrifices our young men and women make who serve in the military? To all those who have served or are serving their country on the battlefield, to their families, and to those who prayerfully await the return of their loved ones, I humbly dedicate this painting. May we remember them in our prayers and know that peace is coming.