Brighton, Colorado – November 12, 2012 – Watermill Express, the nation’s largest drive-up vendor of pure drinking water, promotes learning and exploration of the arts through its grant to San Joaquin Valley students.
Watermill Express supplied a grant to local area high schools, which paid for transportation costs for students from around the San Joaquin Valley region to attend the Turlock Carnegie Art Center. The grant enabled students to visit the newly renovated Carnegie free of charge, allowing them to see the works of distinguished artists such as Ansel Adams.
The newly built Carnegie features gallery and retail spaces, a multi-use facility, classrooms and an open air plaza. It is also home to a variety of art classes for residents of the San Joaquin Valley.
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Watermill Express is the nation's largest provider of drive-up, pure drinking water. Founded in 1984 in Brighton, Colorado, the company serves more than 100,000 customers daily at 1,300 locations. Watermill Express customers supply their own containers and purchase water for an average of 25 cents per gallon. Watermill Express is an environmentally friendly alternative to pre-packaged water. By promoting reusable containers, the company prevents the waste of millions of disposable water bottles each year. For more information call 1-800-487-9643 or visit www.watermillexpress.com, follow us on Twitter @WatermillUpdate or like us on Facebook.