This $1,000-a-year prepper timeshare says it has seen ‘huge surge in interest’ due to coronavirus — see inside

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  • Fortitude Ranch sells disaster preparedness like a vacation timeshare.
  • Founder Drew Miller says that the panic around coronavirus has led to a “huge surge in interest” in the business’s offerings.
  • The coronavirus outbreak that originated in China has killed 2,800 people and infected more than 82,000 according to recent totals.
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In the new disaster economy, a safe place to go when society breaks down is now a must-have commodity.

Fortitude Ranch, with locations in Colorado and West Virginia, might be the answer for someone worried about a potential doomsday, but who doesn’t want to dedicate their read more >>>

Source : BusinessInsider.Com

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