April 18, 2014 // Franchising.com // BRIGHTON, Colorado - Watermill Express, the nation’s largest drive-up vendor of pure drinking water, along with the city of McAllen, Texas are teaming up to help enhance the entrepreneurial spirit of McAllen youth by aiding and teaching them how to start and run their own lemonade business.
Children who participate in National Lemonade Day will each be allowed to use 10 free gallons of Watermill Express water to start their lemonade business. Each child who shows their participant number at the 10th and Zinnia Watermill Express location in McAllen, Texas will be given 10 free gallons of water between Noon and 5pm on Saturday May 3rd. The children begin selling their product on Sunday May 4th throughout various locations in McAllen.
Watermill Express will also hold a Customer Appreciation event on Sunday May 4th from 11am -5pm at the 10th and Zinnia location. Anyone who purchases lemonade from that location will get 10% off any one bottle of their choice at the event.
Watermill Express partnered with the McAllen Chamber of Commerce to put on the event. To register online visit: McAllen.LemonadeDay.org; to register in person visit the McAllen Chamber of Commerce and request a registration form. If you would like to volunteer or want more information, please contact Eduardo Millet at email@example.com or visit mcallen.lemonadeday.org.
Watermill Express is the nation’s largest provider of drive-up, pure drinking water. Founded in 1984 in Brighton, Colorado, the company serves customers daily at over 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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