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Survivor Jack's got your back: interview with an emmy-nominated prepper

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Preppers in Fort Wayne are disaster prepared. But there is a large portion of society who thinks prepping is pointless and way too much work. Not to mention boring and dull.

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Boring and dull would not be words used to describe Survivor Jack, an Emmy-nominated survivalist teacher who uses cinematography to help others learn the ins and outs of prepping for disaster.

"15 Days after the Haiti Earthquake in 2010, while watching teenage 'Miracle Girl' Darlene Etienne's rescue, I had a vision. I saw a new survival tool (in the prototype stage) and a way to teach first aid & survival skills through entertaining education." -- Survival Jack

What makes Jack different from all the other prepper instructors out there? His talent for capturing an audience with the talents he's used as a voice actor and public speaker. He's used over 80 voices in his career and the photos he provides for his presentations are unique, entertaining and non-threatening.

If you have know someone who thinks prepping pointless, share the photos in this list with them. They'll find that Survivor Jack's got their back.

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