According to the National Employment Law Project, 21 tates and 26 cities and counties will see an increase in minimum wage on January 1, 2020. In 17 of those jurisdictions, the wage will reach or surpass $15 an hour.
This does not mean when you pull up to your favorite McDonalds or Fast Food Chain Restaurant your order will magically be right for the first time in 20+ years, I guarantee you it will still be wrong. People have been complaining for more money since I was a ch
Shelby County (Memphis) Considers Banning Gun Show at AgriCenter in 2020 Some early News Outlets share that in December the Shelby County Commission in Memphis does not want to renew the contract to allow gun shows for any county owned facilities in 2020 forcing promoters to look for privately owned property in 2020 for the Memphis area. This does not mean shows are not allowed in Memphis, this just means promoters have to look outside of city owned properties at this time.
EveryDay Preppers is excited to announce and showcase we have once again expanded our company to new heights by including a new cargo trailer that will allow us to triple the amount of inventory we carry to trade shows. It is a new Anvil line of trailers out of Georgia with a lot of new features not always offered offered on other trailers of it size. This is a tandem axle trailer from Georgia custom designer Anvil and built for EveryDay Preppers USA.
After receiving it, w
The Best Survival Christmas Gifts for 2019 It’s that time of year again to think about Christmas and what can you give that special person in your life that is a prepper or someone that prepares for all types of Natural Disasters or someone that lives in a area prone to disasters or that might need to prep and need your help and advice for other type disaster or the person looking to prepare for SHTF?
Think about something they can actually use in their Daily Life / EDC - E
When you are traveling this holiday season make sure you are on the look out for more secure fuel stations as Cybercrime groups are actively exploiting a weakness in gas station point-of-sale (POS) networks to steal credit card data,
Visa has revealed. The company's fraud disruption teams are investigating several incidents in which a hacking group known as Fin8 defrauded fuel dispenser merchants. In each case, the attackers gained access to the POS networks via malicious em
The Half Tank Rule – Does It Make Sense? The basic Answer is? YES, Anyone using common sense tells us fuel is a key factor during disasters or emergencies or just planning for normal driving in the Winter depending on where you live.
Example: If you live in the South, Winter driving is not that big of a deal, but if you live in Colorado, you better keep you tanks full all the time because getting stranded on the mountain pass is not a joke.
Or Let's Talk about Summer time