Very Texas is now a distributor for Guardian Survival Gear and Supplies

May 10th, 2011

The “Department of Homeland Defense” and the “American Red Cross” HIGHLY recommend every individual and family have an emergency preparedness plan that includes an emergency food reserve for up to 7 days. Therefore with the new partnership Very Texas has recently forged with Guardian Survival Gear, we can help you ready for any planned or unplanned emergency.

Being prepared for any situation in life can drastically change ones experience. With our readiness line we feel we can make many unexpected crisis much more comfortable with our Preparedness Kits. We offer kits for personal, school or office use. These kits include necessary items that will keep you or your family in comfort until your situation can change including First Aid Kits, Backpack Kits, Hunters Kits along with Childrens Kits. There are many kits with numerous combinations of content. Some of the kits will include items such as tents, flashlights, water proof matches, candles, water purification tablets and survival sleeping bags.

Food and Water are basic necessitites no one should be caught without. Our Long Term Food Storage line has a shelf life of up to 25 years. We offer Food Storage packages for 72 hour emergencies up to 12 month supplies, order as little or as much as you can store. So why wait, rest easy knowing food and water are within reach.

If you have any questions, feel free to call us at 210-844-2105 for personal service or visit us at http://www.verytexas.com

Participant in the 42nd Annual Smithsonian Folk life Festival 2008

May 30th, 2009

Very Texas was honored this year with an invitation to participate in the prestigious Smithsonian Folk life Festival, located at the National Mall in Washington D.C. To take part in this significant event was inspiring; allowing us the venue to promote the wares of our own Very Texas artisans and their individual talents. Very Texas submitted select items made from leather, glass, wood and wrought iron; representing while celebrating, the heritage of our rich Texas history. The festival ran from June 25-29 and July 2-6, 2008.

This year’s theme was:

Bhutan: Land of the Thunder Dragon
Celebrating Bhutan’s special approach towards life in the 21st century.

NASA: Fifty Years and Beyond
Showcasing the role that the men and women of NASA have played in broadening the horizons of American science and culture.

Texas: A Celebration of Music, Food and Wine
Exploring a dynamic and creative society, built upon rich natural resources, thriving cosmopolitan cities and engaging rural landscapes.

For more information on the Folk life festival go to: http://www.folklife.si.edu/festival/2008/index.html