CBS Radio station WSOC interviewed Doc Hendley of WinetoWater.org and Dee Rubina of FiltersFast.com regarding their new partnership with TrekDesk Treadmill Desks known as W3 designed to improve the health of Americans and bring fresh water to remote areas of the world this past week.
Doc Hendley, founder of Wine To Water and a 2009 CNN Heroes Award Winner, along with Kyle Lomax, International Projects Manager and Josh Elliott, Public Relations Manager met with their new partners of the W3 Project for the broadcast. Dee Rubina, Marketing Manager and W3 Administrator with FiltersFast.com also participated in on the interview to discuss a new benevolent partnership that would help to provide access to clean water to many suffering communities around the world.
Filtersfast.com, a North Carolina owned and operated e-commerce business specializing in water and air filtration, recently partnered with Wine To Water, a 501(c)(3) non-profit air organization, based in Boone, North Carolina that focuses on providing clean water to needy people around the world, for the W3 Project. The W3 partnership also includes TrekDesk Treadmill Desk, expanding the importance of walking, exercising and improving individuals overall health. The W3 partnership is designed to provide a greater awareness about the global water crisis and walking to improve individual health.
“When we first learned that 3 children die worldwide every 60 seconds due to a lack of clean water; more than aids, malaria and measles combined we just had to get involved,” stated Steve Bordley, CEO of TrekDesk Treadmill Desks.
For more information on how you can get involved with the W3 Project through mile donations or mile sponsorships, go to www.filtersfast.com/w3 and learn how to join this admirable cause. “Walk for you. Walk for them.”