An Anheuser-Busch brewery in Bartow County, Ga., is making ready to ship 300,000 cans of fresh ingesting water to these affected by Hurricane Florence.
The brewery, situated in Cartersville, was requested by the American Purple Cross to pause beer manufacturing in an effort to can emergency water, simply because the Cartersville facility has beforehand accomplished throughout pure disasters, in response to WXIA. The water will then make its option to communities in North and South Carolina, a consultant for Anheuser-Busch confirmed to Fox Information.
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The information comes the identical day Anheuser-Busch introduced that its brewery in Fort Collins, Colo., can be able to can emergency water if wanted.
“For the final 30 years, we’ve been working with the American Purple Cross and our wholesaler companions to offer clear, protected ingesting water for communities hit by pure disasters,” mentioned Michel Doukeris, CEO of Anheuser-Busch, in a information launch.
“Earlier this yr, we acknowledged the staff who assist make this system doable in Budweiser’s Tremendous Bowl business and made a brand new dedication to broaden our capability to provide protected, clear ingesting water for catastrophe aid at our Fort Collins Brewery. At the moment, we’re happy to ship on that promise, doubling our manufacturing capability to assist our fellow People in instances of want.”
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Anheuser-Busch is commemorating the Fort Collins announcement with new cans and vehicles that “seize the spirit of this system,” in response to the discharge.
The corporate additionally mentioned that, since 1988, Anheuser-Busch has donated 79 million cans of emergency water to areas in instances of pure disasters.