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Tuesday, August 6, 2013

Announcing the new Sponsored Post Program

The Canadian Preppers Network is excited to announce its new Sponsored Post Program.  The CPN will be accepting posts from various companies that provide the very best in preparedness products and services.  Trusted names in the preparedness and survival industry will be posting articles here on the blog.  With their expertise and experience, I believe that this is a great way to bring you informed and relevant information.

Our first Sponsored Post Program participant is Briden Solutions out of Calgary, Alberta.  The team at Briden not only talks the talk, but walks the walk as well.  They are not simple opportunists jumping on the bandwagon for a quick buck, but had gathered over a decade of experience in preparedness, coaching  others through the maze of both short term and long term preparedness before opening their doors in 2009.

"Through our company Briden Solutions we are able to channel our passion for helping individuals, families and communities to become better prepared. Our underlying goal is to teach and help as many others as possible to prepare themselves effectively and efficiently."

Briden Solutions will also be offering monthly giveaways through various contests and draws through our online forum.  Check out our first draw here, and please, visit their website and help support those who support us!

2 comments:

  1. No post is better than a corporate post. Commercialism and the all maniacal pursuit of the dollar has harmed this country, this society and the environment.

    If companies want or need a platform, then they should establish their own. I don't recall anyone asking my opinion as a long time reader and participant of this blog if I would be OK with this new direction... Just in case you missed it, I am not!

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  2. I am sorry you feel that way. Try to keep in mind though, that all of this, the blog, forum, etc. costs money to run and bring to you free of charge. This is not a new direction. The authors who have been active will remain to be so, even though all but two of us have seemed to have given up completely. When I first found this blog a couple of years ago, it was dead...no one posting anything. I think I have done my part to bring preparedness back into the minds of Canadians. If you are so upset with this, perhaps you could offer some other ideas or participate in some other way...

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