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World Water Week: March 20-26, 2011


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Most of us don’t have to worry about the quality of the tap water we get at restaurants. The wait staff fills our glasses, and we don’t give it a second thought – we drink it down without question.

Unfortunately there are a lot of people in the world that don’t have this peace of ¬†mind. In fact, lack of clean water is the second largest killer of children under 5 worldwide.

This week, you’ll have the chance to make a difference for these people when you dine at restaurants participating in UNICEF’s Tap Project.

Restaurants participating in this project will offer customers the chance to donate $1 for the tap water they normally receive for free. All of the proceeds from this World Water Week promotion will go directly towards providing clean drinking water and sanitation where it is needed most.

Your business can participate in the Tap Project and help raise money for World Water Week with promotional drinkware like the AquaSkin foldable water bottle. These promotional waterbottles can be customized and sold to raise money, or they can be imprinted with information about these projects to help raise awareness.

For more information and ideas about using eco-friendly promotional items during World Water Week, speak with an ePromos Promotions Specialist by calling 800-LOGO-216.


2 comments. Leave a Reply

  1. Lenesha Lee

    Cause Promotion is essential to the growth and success of any organization. It is always good to give back, in this article i applaud your effort to support a cause, water is essential to life and it is so true that so many countries do not have access to water, or sanitary water. Giving the clients the option of donate raise awareness of a problem that is affecting others. Ninety percent of the patrons at a restaurant always have a glass of water, the TapProject campaign has the perfect market to target. It is good to see organization fulfilling their Social Responsibility.

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