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ShakeOut

Ready America was recently honored for our role in The Great ShakeOut. Our mobile earthquakes have been the star of the show for more than ten years. Our subject matter experts on securing the contents of your home and what you need in a survival kit are always on point for the media and have helped to educate millions of people on earthquake preparedness.

The Great California ShakeOut

During the 10 Anniversary of the Great Californian ShakeOut, Ready America was recognized for our participation in the drill since 2008. For the past ten years, Ready America has been a prominent fixture at the Great Californian ShakeOut along with the Big Shaker, the world’s largest earthquake simulator. This special award given to Ready America now lives in our headquarters in Vista, California.

Learn Why It's Worth It

Preparedness Resources

Earthquakes are a fact of life, and if you live in an earthquake zone chances are you will experience one, so it makes sense to be prepared. There are certain things that you can do before a quake to help make you and your family safer, as well as to minimize the risk of damage or loss.

Why Choose Us

At QuakeHOLD!, we’re continually working to change the way people think about earthquake safety and preparedness.

  • Disaster Kits

    Outdoor & Urban Survival. Top rated site for outdoors, camping, hiking, adventure and survival equipment.

  • Safety Fasteners

    Innovative earthquake fasteners and seismic straps designed to save lives during earthquakes.

  • Disaster Supplies

    The leader in emergency preparedness kits, supplies, and survival products for homes, first responders, offices, schools and more!

  • Protect Collectibles

    Most people tend to display their treasured collectibles and other sentimental items on shelves.

  • Emergency Lighting

    Think you need a huge, expensive generator to have access to emergency lighting? Think again…

  • Water Heater Straps

    If a water heater is damaged, or topples over in an earthquake, the gas connections can rupture and potentially spark a fire.