The American Preppers Network was a community of individuals and families who prioritized preparedness for emergencies and disasters. It was a decentralized network of preppers who shared information, resources, and supported each other to help improve their readiness for unexpected events.
Established in 2009, the network grew to include members from all 50 states in the United States. Members of the American Preppers Network came from diverse backgrounds and had various levels of preparedness, but they shared a common goal of being self-sufficient and prepared for emergencies.
The American Preppers Network provided resources for members to learn about preparedness, including information on food storage, water filtration, first aid, self-defense, and more. Members could also connect with each other through local chapters, online forums, and social media platforms.
Overall, the American Preppers Network was a community of like-minded individuals who prioritized being prepared for unexpected events and disasters, and who supported each other in achieving their preparedness goals.