CNN Money is reporting on a new offering from a U.S. company called Vivos that is known for luxury underground shelters. The company, in an effort to broaden their market to include petrified citizens operating on a budget, is offering spots in bunkers for less than $10,000 (U.S.).
I would suggest going to the Vivos website to get a better idea of what they are marketing. A warning to readers. If you are not already seriously concerned about the future of the species, the video they use to sell their products (scare the pants off anyone even mildly susceptible to suggestion) will seal the deal.
This site is so chock full of fear I have trouble believing it is the real deal. If it is a prank it is amazing. But (I fear) this may actually be a real company. You can watch a Reuters clip with footage of what could be part of the network here.
Personal favourite sequence in the opening video. (2:07) Column of fire, frightened eye, mother and baby, concerned seniors and depressed family dressed all in denim on the beach.
If you don't want to buy into the discount shelter you can reserve a space in their network of larger luxury underground shelters in case of an extinction-style event. After viewing the videos on threat scenarios you may want to pay the $25,000 (U.S.) starting price to reserve your space.
Hopefully that family in the matching blue jean outfits (get it? they are blue because the world is ending) ends up in a different underground network.
Thanks for caring Vivos. I'll take my chances with the column of fire.