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Sophos Survival has officially opened its doors on 244 North Main St in Spanish Fork.

As a specialty emergency preparedness, survival, and outdoor gear supply store, owner Isaiah Price aims to help people become more prepared for life’s adventures – planned or unplanned.

The services and product lineup will include home and business preparedness consultations, monthly auto-shipments, first aid kits and individual supplies, freeze dried food storage, freeze dryers, water storage and filtration, pantry supplies, gardening tools and heirloom seeds, knives, survival gear, tents and sleeping bags, and various other outdoor equipment.

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Along with the gear, Sophos Survival will offer a wide variety of classes and outdoor skills courses, including urban and wilderness first aid, CPR, friction fire starting, outdoor cooking, home defense and tactical training, concealed carry and firearm training, and various other outdoor survival and lifestyle skills.

“Life is one amazing adventure, isn’t it? I am a firm believer that life is largely what we make of it,” Price said.

“The reason I chose this is because my goal is to teach and instill emergency preparedness, survival, and self-reliance to go hand-in-hand with high quality gear and supplies. Top-notch gear is important, and you must be able to rely on it in a critical situation – but your mind is your most valuable tool.”

You can stay tuned on upcoming classes, new products, and sales by following on Facebook, Instagram, and the website sophossurvival.com. If you would like more information about this or other emergency preparedness topics, please contact Isaiah Price at 801-319-6370, or e-mail isaiah@sophossurvival.com. (Serve Daily submission.)

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