We know that this is the time of year water consumption is reduces due to cold weather. Which is why we would like to remind you that it is important to continue to drink up to 8 - 8 ounces glasses of water a day for your optimal health achievement. In the winter, we tend to eat richer food as the temperature drops. Water is needed to aid digestion of the food and also to keep your skin hydrated and looking radiant through the dry and cold months. If the cold weather has you avoiding water, try alternatives like drinking hot water with a lemon or adding more soups to your diet. For more winter hydrating tips, be sure to check out our Pure Newsletter. Happy Holidays from all of us at Mountain Glacier.
Friday, November 2, 2012
At Mountain Glacier, one of our top priorities is to provide the purest, best tasting water available. We also make it a point to donate our products to many charity events, church groups, and local sports and entertainment events. Mountain Glacier is a Chamber of Commerce member in several cities, and is involved with multiple business development groups. Check out our complete list of organizations that Mountain Glacier has assisted over the years below. And be sure to contact Mountain Glacier if you know of an event that could use a water donation in your area.
National Multiple Sclerosis of Upstate NY: 10 cases bottled water
Pediatric Therapy of Rochester NY: 10 bottles
Buffalo, NY Police Department: 12 cases bottled water
Light the Night Walk for Cancer in Nashville, TN: 45 cases bottled water
Leukemia and Lymphoma Society Golf Tournament in Nashville, TN: 15 cases bottled water
First Baptist Church in Weslaco, TX: 10 cases bottled water
Mercedes High School Booster Club in Weslaco, TX: 5 cases bottled water
Weslaco East High School Band: 10 cases bottled water
Bess Knapp Child Development of the First Baptist Church Weslaco: 10 cases bottled water
Donated a Beverage Truck to the Corpus Christi, TX Food Bank
Flour Buff Navel Junior ROTC of Corpus Christi, TX: 10 cases bottled water
Reitz High School Band in Evansville, IN: 300 Cases Canned Water
Tristate Food Bank of Evansville: Multiple donations of bottled and canned water a year