May 15, 2014 // Franchising.com // BRIGHTON, Colorado – Watermill Express franchisee Chris Moore was awarded the prestigious Noble Cause Award at the 2014 Multi-Unit Franchise Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Moore who operates CAPMOR, a Watermill Express Franchise in Houston, Texas, received the Noble Cause Award for his passionate, unwavering support for those in need.
"We have spent 20 years becoming part of the Houston community," said Moore. "We have participated in health fairs, marathons and tons of local events all to show the city of Houston that Watermill Express is dedicated and committed to supporting the community. I'm really honored to receive this award."
The Noble Cause Award is one of the MVP (Most Valuable Performer) awards given out at the franchise conference. The MVP awards honor the best and brightest franchisees that are innovators in their field and have demonstrated outstanding performance in growing both their organizations and their brands.
"I have personally witnessed the efforts of CAPMOR and Chris Moore in the Houston community," said Watermill Express Co-Founder and CEO Lani Dolifka. "I've seen the positive impact they've had on the community and I'm proud of their many accomplishments."
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.
SOURCE Watermill Express