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Clearly Canadian Goes South


April 30, 2008
By Canadian Vending Staff

As it tries to regain a strong presence at home, Vancouver-based Clearly Canadian is also trying to make a difference outside the country.  The company said it will partner with Global Water, a U.S. non-profit organization dedicated to establishing safe water supplies in developing countries.

As it tries to regain a strong presence at home, Vancouver-based Clearly Canadian is also trying to make a difference outside the country.

The company said it will partner with Global Water, a U.S. non-profit organization dedicated to establishing safe water supplies in developing countries.

The Vancouver-based company said it will finance the creation of clean drinking water systems in Central and South American villages through corporate donations and fundraising events.

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Clearly Canadian said it plans to build two water systems in Guatemala and Nicaragua, with the help of Global Water, by the end of 2006. The sparkling water company intends to complete 20 projects by 2010.

The announcement comes as Clearly Canadian tries to regain its presence on the beverage market in Canada.
The company also said it signed Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash to a three-year contract where his image will appear on the company’s bottles.