MERET EMS Response Bags Now Available at theEMSstore.com

MERET EMS Response Bags Now Available at theEMSstore.com

Press Release Feb 10, 2012

February 7, 2012

COATESVILLE, PA—As theEMSstore.com continues to add top quality products that meet the medical equipment demands of the first responder community they proudly announce the availability of MERET EMS Emergency Response Bags, a comprehensive product line that serves the needs of first responders.

Visit theEMSstore.com and see how MERET has built a comprehensive product line that can serve all the needs of the first responder. Check out the Basic Life Support (BLS) and Advance Life Support (ALS) bags that are designed for the first responder who wants an organized solution for their equipment, with options. Also consider the TS-Ready bags that are interchangeable, enabling the first responder to attach additional, optional modules to the bag's sides depending on the team's requirements. Most can be used as a backpack, shoulder bag, or briefcase style. Reflective piping, large YKK high-visibility zipper pulls and tie down loops, PVC bottoms, and unit ID sleeve are standard on most bags.

MERET, an industry leader in medical bag design and manufacturing, has made their full line of products available at theEMSstore.com. Together they offer unique medical response bags designed to support additional specialized modules to satisfy any team's requirements. MERET's design process centers on the basics of functionality, organization, ergonomics and rapid response. With over 30 years of experience designing and manufacturing life support and backpacking equipment, the MERET team incorporates innovative technology from multiple industries to provide the highest quality emergency medical response products on the market. MERET products are ergonomically designed for ease of use, well organized for rapid response, and are constructed from the highest quality materials for dependable performance in all conditions.

About theEMSstore.com and Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc.
theEMSstore.com, a division of Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc., offers product lines from hundreds of manufacturers. Witmer Public Safety Group's motto is Equipping Heroes™ and this continues as they extend their commitment to provide the industry's best equipment and supplies to the professional men and women who serve to ensure the public's safety. For additional information, please call 800/852-6088 or visit TheFireStore.com.

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