300 Warren Street, Dayton, Ohio, 45402

Regular Hours:
Sunday         CLOSED
Monday         CLOSED
Tuesday         10am to 4pm
Wednesday    10am to 4pm
Thursday        10am to 4pm
Friday            10am to 4pm
Saturday        10am to 4pm

Call or text:   937-212-5561 for more info.
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We are just north of Miami Valley Hospital on Warren/Brown Street.  We are in a brown brick building -- parking is available on the street and in the rear.  Near Coco's Bistro.  Pictured below:

(You will need to knock to enter if the door is closed. CCW holders welcome!)

We purchase insurance for things like our cars and homes -- even our life -- and we are quite happy to NOT use it.  Being prepared to obtain clean water, food, and safety is no different than any other type of insurance. . .only it's more real.

Life-giving essentials, like clean water, food, and safety or shelter -- these are the the things Americans must be prepared to provide for themselves in the case of a crisis.  Historically, FEMA cannot cope with large scale disaster.

We can only prepare to the level that our finances allow us, however, low finances is not a reason to give up.  Many goods, like water and canned goods, can slowly be stockpiled over a period of months at relatively low cost.  Everyone can and should do this.  Once an emergency situation presents itself -- the supplies will already be gone.

The right piece of equipment can make your life easier, allow you to do things that otherwise you couldn't, and let's be honest, sometimes it's just plain fun.  Identify how comfortable you want to be if the power was out for good, if the stores had no goods to sell you, and if you could not leave your home for weeks at a time.  Once you have the answers to these questions, you can begin the process of making a list and saving the money you need to purchase the equipment that will help you do what you want to do.

Omega is a small business in Dayton, Ohio.  We always favor MADE IN THE USA over products made in China or elsewhere.  Sometimes going overseas is unavoidable, but we are proud that more than 50% of our products are NOT made in China.  The remainder of our products are sourced from American businesses, meaning that even though the product may have been made in China, American companies are directly benefiting from our purchases.

A recent chemical spill in West Virginia left 9 counties and 300,000 people without clean water.  They ended up having to stand in lines to get bottled water from the Department of Homeland Security.  That sounds like fun.

Katrina and Sandy....the hurricanes.  A simple water filter would have made life much easier on locals.  Add a little food and a way to cook or heat it, plus some personal security/shelter and these disasters can lose their sharp edge.  We all have the means and opportunity to prepare ourselves for whatever the future brings.

Prepping for the future is not about fear.  It's about responsibility.

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