RescuePod’s newest Display @ the Illwaco Fire Hall

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  We wanted to thank the City of Illwaco Fire Department and Mayor for their support of our RescuePod Tsunami Shelter.  Being year round residents of the Long Beach Peninsula Gary Forner and long time Fire Chief Tom Williams are well aware of the dangers of Cascadia and know people need to be ready to fend for themselves incase of … Read More

If you feel shaking and high ground is out of reach

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Paul Haung the Deputy Director of the NOAA Tsunami Warning Center in Palmer Alaska has given the RescuePod his personal endorsement and recommendation for people who are unable to evacuate to high ground in the event that the Cascadia fault triggers a Tsunami.  Dr. Huang is a former physics professor at West Point and expert in the field of Tsunamis.  … Read More

Financing Available for our Tsunami Survival Shelter

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We are pleased to announce that Bank of the Pacific can offer financing for our RescuePod Tsunami Survival Shelter. Typical terms are 36 months with approved credit. Contact Jodi Haskin, Bank of the Pacific Assistant Branch Manager 360-642-1047 for loan details.                

RescuePod at Cannon Beach Surf

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If you happen to be in the Cannon Beach area or wanted to get a closer look at the RescuePod Tsunami Survival Shelter come to Cannon Beach Surf and see the RescuePod complementing the float tree at Cannon Beach Surf 1088 S Hemlock St, Cannon Beach, OR