July 02, 2013 // Franchising.com // Brighton, Colorado – Watermill Express, the nation’s largest drive-up vendor of pure drinking water, provided water to the Jump Rope for Heart event at Sam’s Stadium in Brownsville, Texas.
Watermill Express donated 60 gallons of water and 60 pounds of Waterocks® Ice to approximately 1000 students and faculty from all 16 Brownsville elementary schools during the event. Watermill Express also donated two bicycles and seven scooters, which were given to students who raised the most money for the American Heart Association.
The Jump Rope for Heart is a national educational fund raising program that teaches elementary school students the importance of physical activity in order to maintain a healthy lifestyle. The event promotes the value of exercise as well as the importance of giving back to the community. Money raised at the event goes to support lifesaving heart and stroke research.
The American Heart Foundation uses this program to increase physical activity among elementary aged children. Regular periods of moderate or physical activity enhance the health, academic performance and attitudes of children in the classroom.
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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.
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