The 72-hour emergency kits are regularly priced at $129.99. Photo provided

Comox Fire Department has emergency kits for sale

Comox Fire Rescue has a limited number of two-person, 72-hour emergency kits for sale.

For many years Comox Fire Rescue has been assisting citizens in being better prepared for emergencies. Not only do they sell these kits from time to time but they also offer free monthly emergency preparedness training at their fire station.

The kits sell for a reduced price of $99 each. The regular retail price on these kits is $129.99. These kits will sell fast as last year they sold 100 kits in just a few weeks. Kits are available at the Comox fire station on Noel Ave. Credit card, cash or cheque for $99 made payable to Comox Firefighters Association.

“I am so proud of our firefighters for all they do and this is just another great example of how they work hard to protect this community,” said Comox Fire Gord Schreiner.

For more information contact Schreiner at

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