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StatPacks - Designed for EMS, EMT and Paramedics Now Online at theEMSstore.com


 
 


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theEMSstore.com, the fastest growing online source for EMS equipment and supplies, is proud to announce the addition of StatPacks to their rapidly growing product offering. StatPacks change the way Emergency Clinicians think about carrying their gear. Relying on advanced ergonomics and intelligent design, StatPacks keep the medic’s hands and mind free to handle the unexpected.
 
Coatesville, PA (theEMSstore.com) February 21, 2012: theEMSstore.com announces the addition of StatPacks to the growing line of EMS gear. As theEMSstore.comexpands the ability to provide medical equipment they are proud to announce the addition of StatPacks, built for the full range of emergency medicine professionals. These smart, compact packs reduce injuries and improve efficiency on the scene.
StatPacks makes fast packs for medics. Every pack is designed to work with the responder’s body. Advanced ergonomics, smart weight distribution, comfortable details, constructed to limit wear and tear, and hands-free designs to keep bodies agile all are hallmarks of StatPacks’ lines.
theEMSstore.com features both G1 and G2 StatPacks innovative pack systems that are designed and built for the full range of emergency medicine professionals. They fuse advanced sports-mountaineering know-how with practical ideas from the front lines of emergency medicine. Combining high-tech construction, functional features and intuitive structures, StatPacks are the most rugged, comfortable and effective packs on the market. They are one of the few bag manufacturers to offer Blood Born Pathogen resistant material as an option.
These systems allow responders to build a StatPack to suit each mission. Jobs, terrain, situations change and StatPacks modular systems adapt. Each is completely customizable with available specialized extras and removable, job-specific modules that are all designed to save lives.
StatPacks are changing the way Emergency Medical Clinicians think about carrying their gear. Forget that old school duffel bag! Strap on a StatPack, free up your hands and your mind to handle the unexpected. StatPacks get you to the scene faster…with just the gear you need. Even over short distances, StatPacks make you more efficient, more mobile, and better protected from back injury.
StatPacks makes packs that respond as fast as you do. Beginning with their smart weight distribution and advanced ergonomics that provide comfort to the fit, burly construction details that limit wear and tear and hands-free designs keep you agile. Tough, fast, adaptable – StatPacks work with you to save lives. Log onto theEMSstore.comtoday to learn more and place your order today.
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.
Contact Information
Robert Hlavacek, Public Relations Specialist
theEMSstore.com – a division of Witmer Public Safety Group, Inc.
484-288-6413
www.theEMSstore.com   



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