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PepPods Helped Katrina Victims and Now Available to Help California Wildfire Disaster Victims Rebuild Lives with Greater Ease
Date:10/25/2007

FALLS CHURCH, Va., Oct. 25 /PRNewswire/ -- PepPods.com and its parent company TeAM Consumer Products L.L.C., Inc., express deep concern for the families who have lost property and loved ones in the recent fires in Southern California. In the wake of this tragedy, there is much to learn about the inevitability of fire. Most important is that wildfires cannot be prevented, but we can prepare for them, as we can for other natural disasters like hurricanes, earthquakes and floods. PepPods.com is committed to helping our communities make protection and preparedness their top priority.

TeAM Consumer Products L.L.C., Inc., can help minimize loss suffered in tragedies like this with PepPods.com, an innovative, Web-based product that ensures subscribers' access to vital personal records, such as documentation on health, insurance, and assets, as well as emergency preparedness plans, making it much easier for them to rebuild their lives following an unforeseeable event. A PepPods account costs just pennies a day, but the peace of mind it can provide is priceless.

PepPods is a user-friendly system that enables subscribers to organize, document, and securely store critical information - and, retrieve it anytime, anywhere, from any computer. With a PepPods account, they can maintain personal and business contacts, as well as data on medications, family health history, immunizations, medications, allergies, and much more. If separated for any reason, family members, business partners, and employees can simply sign on to their PepPods accounts so they will know exactly how to reach each other. Having access to this information can reduce both the time and cost needed to deliver and receive medical care.

Each PepPods account is divided into segments in which users can input and store both text and digital images.

EmergencyPod can be used to organize business and private contact information, such as next of kin, emergency contacts, in-case-of-death contacts, evacuation destinations, and passport information.

MedicsPod can be used to maintain health records and histories on each family member. In addition to personal and family medical data, it can be used to store doctor and other health provider information, vision prescriptions, and dental history.

DocsPods allows users to upload and scan documents of any kind, such as lab and medical reports and files, insured property photos and documents, birth certificates, academic diplomas, treasured family photographs, etc.

Using PetsPods, subscribers can store their pets' breed-specific medical history, veterinary contact, and other information.

To learn more about PepPods and how your family or business can sign up, go to http://www.peppods.com.

About TeAM, Inc.: Based in Falls Church, Virginia, TeAM, Inc., is a wholly owned subsidiary of Technology, Automation & Management, Inc. It has successfully served a diverse range of commercial and government organizations for more than 21 years. TeAM, Inc. is a federal contractor and secures the U.S. Department of Defense's military health systems' electronic records.

Contact:

Charles Davis

cdavis@teamconsult.com

703-399-2403

http://www.peppods.com

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