CMC Government Supply Recommends Cyalume 12 Hour SnapLights for Winter Travel and Power Outages

Winter is here and CMC Government Supply wants you to be safe during the colder months. Cyalume SnapLight Light Sticks are a great source of emergency lighting in case of a cold weather emergency. They are available in bright holiday colors of green, red, blue, white, yellow and orange.

Cyalume SnapLights are made in the U.S.A. and are the perfect emergency lighting and signaling device to carry in your car when traveling snowy winter roads. They also make great emergency light sources in case of a winter power outage at home or in the office. The Cyalume SnapLight provides a high intensity light source with up to 12 hour of illumination. The light is a full 3600, and produces no heat, sparks or flames. The compact 6” size allows you to carry them almost anywhere, and they are individually foil wrapped to protect against moisture and light. With a range of colors, they can be color coded to your specific safety needs and procedures.

“December is Made in America Month,” states Debby Parker, Vice President of CMC Government Supply. “This is the perfect time to get prepared with quality American made emergency products. These Cyalume SnapLights are small enough to be stored or carried anywhere for emergency use in your car, home, office, or travel bag.”

The Cyalume SnapLight is simple and easy to use. Simply bend, snap and shake for 3600 of light that is visible for up to one mile. They come with an integrated hook so you can hang them anywhere, providing a light source for work, or emergency signaling use. Available from CMC Government Supply, they are sold in single color boxes of 10, or in a multi-pack containing one box of each color. For ordering information and selection, visit http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/c421.htm. CMC Government Supply also offers them to government department and agencies through GSA Advantage or through BuyBoard.

CMC Government Supply Offers Reliable Gear To Prepare For Severe Weather And Flood Safety Weeks

CMC Government Supply carries nearly everything people need in order to get ready for spring’s severe weather. As the National Weather Service marks National Severe Weather Preparedness Week March 2 – 8 and Flood Awareness Week March 16 – 22, CMC Government Supply urges people to act now to create emergency plans and organize kits with supplies for their businesses and families.

To help people prepare for the unknown, the federal government lists recommended supplies for an emergency kit at http://www.ready.gov/basic-disaster-supplies-kit. Light sticks and flashlights, first aid kits, whistles, can openers, emergency blankets, and N95-rated dust masks appear on the list. CMC Government Supply offers all these supplies in one location (http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/c438.htm) making it easy for those who want to prepare for a natural disaster.

Another important item needed in emergencies is the 4 in 1 Emergency Tool to use when turning off utilities. Offered by CMC Government Supply, the 4 in 1 Emergency Tool is a light-weight durable tool that a homeowner can use to shut off gas lines, shut off water, pry open doors, and dig through debris. Made in America by On Duty, the tool carries a five-year manufacturer’s warranty and is an important tool to have in emergency kits. Learn more about the tool at http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/c149.htm.

Also available from CMC Government Supply is variety of heavy-duty bags made by U.S. Peacekeeper that serve as the perfect container for a ready-to-go emergency bag. For families who prefer to purchase bags that already contain everything needed for an emergency situation, CMC Government Supply also offers pre-made kits, including a large 201-piece kit stored conveniently in a duffel bag. Read more information on this kit at http://www.cmcgov.com/store/pc/p19005.htm.

CMC Government Supply will be featuring emergency products through March 22. Stay up-to-date on special pricing and promotions by subscribing to the CMC Government Supply newsletter at http://www.cmcgov.com/newsletter.html.