ready To Go Survival was founded by two first responders with one objective – to create life saving products that are designed to the unique needs of each and every customer.

On the evening of October 29, 2012, Hurricane Sandy made landfall, and the impact reverberated across more than a dozen states. The storm battered the East Coast, particularly the densely-populated New York and New Jersey coasts, with strong winds, heavy rain, and record storm surges.

During Sandy’s immediate aftermath, more than 23,000 people sought refuge in temporary shelters, and more than 8.5 million customers lost power. The storm flooded numerous roads and tunnels, blocked transportation corridors, and deposited extensive debris along the coastline.

That same day, the founders phones rang off the hook with friends, family, and acquaintances calling for advice.

“Where do I go?”    “What do I need?”    “Can I buy a flashlight from you guys? the local store is sold out!”

It was at that very moment, out of a basic human need, that Ready To Go Survival was born.


Roman Zrazhevskiy

Former EMT and lifelong outdoorsman with a B.S. in Healthcare Management. Roman started his career in technology prior to starting RTGS and played a significant role in the 2012 Ron Paul Presidential Campaign.


A Red Cross Disaster Responder with an Engineering degree and certified in Disaster Preparedness. Fabian has applied his technical know-how to the world of survival planning to help create unique bug out packages for each and every client.


A die-hard prepper since 2010, David is a Law Enforcement Officer based in San Diego and a former EMT attached to a Fire-Medic unit. His survival instincts kicked in when he realized how slow first responders are, and how important fast action is for those who want to live.


Founder and CEO of Evol8tion, an innovation boutique that connects early stage startups with leading brands. He has written several books, is a sought after speaker, and has been featured in many major media publications for his work with startups.