redleaf Water Offers To Help Curb The Canadian Government’s Cost Of Hosting G-8 And G-20 Summits By Providing Free Ultra-Premium Water

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redleaf Offers to Provide Canadian Ultra-Premuim Bottled Water To All Participants

With Canadian citizens up in arms about the rising costs of their nation hosting the G-8 and G-20 summits later this month (some experts estimate that security alone will cost more than $900 million), redleaf water, Canada’s only Ultra-Premium bottled water, has offered to provide free water to all participants in both summits, the company announced today.

redleaf starts as great water from an artesian aquifer in Chilliwack, British Columbia, and is made even better through a proprietary purification and bottling process. The water’s high oxygen content and high pH of 8.3 have been known to have several health benefits for the drinker, including increasing alertness, hydration and stamina.

“This is a win-win situation for our government. Not only are we offering to help curb their costs, but the increased alertness and stamina achieved by drinking redleaf should help make the meetings more successful,” said redleaf CEO Dave Hillis. “We are proud to be Canadian and this is just one way we can support our nation on this international stage.”

The G-8 and G-20 summits will be taking place from June 25-27 in Huntsville, Ontario and Toronto, respectively. The G-8 summit features representatives from industrialized democracies, while the G-20 summit will include both advanced and developing countries.

About redleaf water
redleaf is North America's only ultra-premium bottled water. It starts with great water from a naturally renewable source in the Canadian Rockies, and is made better through a state-of-the-art purification and bottling process, that is the industry’s most advanced and the best way to improve on the Earth’s own natural process for making great tasting, healthy water. It is available throughout Canada.

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