People Water is pleased to announce that it is bringing its bottled water to southern California, which will only strengthen its mission of being a leading provider of eco friendly products providing clean water to thousands of people globally. In conjunction with its launch in SoCal, People Water has been named the official water provider of the 2012 San Diego Film Festival and is a presenting sponsor of the event, which will be held September 26th through September 30th. CEO Ken Bretschneider and founders Jef Holm and Cody Barker will attend the event to discuss the company’s clean water projects, and People Water will officially be available for sale in southern California at the end of October.
During the festival, bottles of People Water will be available at the Gaslamp Theater, La Jolla Museum of Contemporary Art and in VIP Lounges. As part of its eco-friendly philosophy, People Water will also provide recycling bins throughout the festival venues. People Water is also holding a consumer sweepstakes where it will provide two VIP passes to the event for the winner via social media.
|CEO Ken Bretschneider|
Founded in 2001, the San Diego Film Festival is produced by the San Diego Film Foundation with a mission to support independent filmmaking while enhancing the diverse cultural landscape and economic vitality of San Diego. Now in its 11th year, this year’s festival will show more than 100 films and include industry panels and interactive Q&A’s with filmmakers.
“The San Diego Film Festival is all about promoting positive change in our industry and we see People Water advocating a similar mission in its space,” said Kevin Leap, president of the San Diego Film Festival. “We are proud to have them on board and look forward to their contributions to the atmosphere of our festival.”
Drop for Drop initiative, People Water’s line of ecofriendly products empower nonprofits to bring clean water to developing countries. People Water is guided by its mission to increase access to clean water and raise awareness of today’s global water crisis.
Follow People Water on Facebook and Twitter, and for more information about People Water and the Drop for Drop initiative, visit www.peoplewater.com.