Bunkers are prepared to the 1% Billionaires for apocalypse

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Most people imagine a concrete room filled with canned goods & cots once you say “doomsday bunker”.

The same fear of global annihilation is still present as it did during Cold War. However, high-security shelters nowadays, could be the same of their 20th-century counterparts.

Few companies globally meet a growing demand for structures to be protected from any risk, whether it’s a World War III or a global pandemic while delivering luxurious amenities.

‘Your father or grandfather’s bunker was not very comfortable. They were gray. They were metal, like a ship or something military. And the truth is mankind cannot survive long-term in such a Spartan, bleak environment”, CEO of Vivos & real estate entrepreneur, Robert Vicino.

Many elite of the world, including sports stars, tech executives & fund managers (Bill Gates has bunkers at all his properties) chose to to design own secret shelters to home staff & families.

In 2016, General Rising S Company based in Texas, Gary Lynch says sales for custom high-end underground bunkers grew by 700% while overall sales grew 300% since US presidential election.

The plate steel bunkers of company lasts for generations while holding a minimum of worth of food/person annually in addition to withstanding earthquakes.

However, others prefer to ride apocalypse out in a setting of community offers an experience closer to real world.

Developers of shelters acquire decommissioned military bunkers built by US or Soviet that cost millions of dollars to build.

Fortified structures to come equipped with Nuclear-Biological-Chemical (NBC) air filtration, blast valves, water purification systems & power systems in order to withstand a nuclear strike.

Most bunkers food supplies besides hydroponic gardens to supplement rations. Developers work to establish well-rounded communities with skills needed from doctors to teachers for long-term survival.