Thursday, November 02, 2006

Where Does YOUR WATER Come From?

A Fundraising Service of
WHF Marketing Group
Wellness for Health through Fundraising"

Noah's Water Fundraising
The Mission:
Promote Individualized Wellness
and Raise Money for
Community Service Organizations

To promote Enhanced Personal Health ("Individualized Wellness") and Increased Earned Revenue by selling Noah's California Spring Water - A Sole-Source 100% Natural Spring Water from Adobe Springs - through Fundraising for Community Service Organizations.

The Need: To raise money in order to fund the organization and allow it to provide programs that allow the organization to function as it was planned.

Your Solution: Noah's Water Fundraising

Know Your Water Lingo

Grocery stores and restaurants offer varieties of water that are difficult to keep up with. Spring, flavored, artesian, mineral, sparkling -- what do these watery terms mean? Isn't water ... water?

The Food and Drug Administration has developed definitions for each of these types of water, and more:

  • Artesian water is a certain type of well water, collected without mechanical pumping. The well must tap a confined aquifer (an underground layer of rock or sand with water) that has water standing much higher than the rock, gravel or sand.
  • Mineral water contains standard quantities of minerals that must be naturally present, not added.
  • Purified water has been processed to remove minerals and other solids. (Purified doesn't mean it is better for you than any other kind.)
  • Sparkling water is water with a "fizz," either with added carbon dioxide or naturally carbonated. (Seltzer, tonic and club soda are not sparkling water, they are considered soft drinks.)
  • Spring Water comes from an underground source and naturally flows to the surface. It must be collected at the spring or through a bored hole that taps an underground source of the spring.

Where does water come from? Some 70% of the earth is covered with water. But nearly all is unavailable for human consumption without being processed first. The oceans make up for 97% and the polar ice shields hold another 2%. Only about 1% is soft water from lakes, rives and underground sources, but even from that tiny amount an increasing part is unsafe for human consumption.

All over the world, water is one of the most popular drinks. Its popularity with consumers increased over the last couple of years dramatically. This led to an explosion of available brands. So, keep on exploring the world of water, as it is the best drink for you.


"Where does Your Water come from?"

Adobe Springs

The Adobe Springs flow at a rate of 75,000,000 gallons per year, and contain 110 mg/Liter magnesium. Nearly all other American bottled spring waters contain less than 6 mg/Liter magnesium. This magnesium may prevent up to 40% of all heart disease.

Adobe Springs is bottled at the Seven-Up plant in Modesto, CA, under their label, Noah's California Spring Water, and distributed in the Central Valley of California.

The Adobe Springs are located in western Stanislaus County in an area so remote that there are no schools or delivery of U. S. mail. The area is so mountainous that no bottling plant can be built at the springs, so the water is trucked out in "doubles" carrying 6,000 gallons per load.

The owners are Paul and Janet Mason, who live at the springs with their three children.

The elevation at the Adobe Springs is 1,375 feet above sea level, which keeps the springs pure. At that elevation in such rocky terrain, there is no agriculture or industry using insecticides, herbicides, chemicals, no smog, or anything else. The area is a rugged wilderness, too steep for any development.

For more information on Adobe Springs, Paul Mason, The Health Benefits of Magnesium and The Healthy Water Association, go to:

"Where does Your Money go when you buy Your Water?"

That's easy ... to the Retailer and the Freight Company, as a profit for services rendered. With Noah's Water Fundraising, Your Organization can earn over 30% of the gross revenue generated and Everyone - Scouts, Dads/Moms, Grandma/Grandpa, brothers/sisters, aunts /uncles, cousins, friends and people you don't even know - would be drinking a 100% Natural Spring Water.


At 6:04 PM, Blogger PhotoFlashbacks said...


My research of the bottled water industry over the past twelve months has revealed two interesting observations:
1. The bottled water industry is booming.
2. There is growing controversy regarding the benefits of bottled water over tap water.

There is little argument about the industry's growth.

According to [], there are 29 countries represented in the global bottled water industry offering 486 different brands. 115 brands are represented in the United States alone.

The controversy ranges from environmental concerns all the way to alleged ignorance for believing that bottled water is better that government regulated tap water. The arguments pro and con are almost unending. Numerous studies have been performed that prove any point you care to prove.

What is the "bottom line" to this topic?

If you believe that all water in all forms around the planet is exactly the same, then you need read no further. This article is not for the "Water is Water" mind set.

However, if you believe that water is subject to its environment as well as the processes it is subjected, then read on. This article is for you.

There are two main questions a concerned water drinker must ask:
1. Where does my drinking water come from?
2. What, exactly, is in my drinking water?

Without the answers to those two questions a person cannot make an intelligent decision about what water is best for them to drink.

There are many communities that provide tap water that is healthy. If you live in one of those communities, then there is no need for you or your family to drink bottled water.

Unfortunately, there are also many communities that do not provide tap water that is healthy. If you live in one of those communities, then there is most likely a need to drink bottled water.

To discover which category your community is in, you need to ask your self the same two important questions:
1. Where does my tap water come from?
2. What, exactly, is in my tap water?

Then you will know!

If you find that your tap water is not what you desire, you may have to start drinking bottled water.

However, should you drink any bottled water and assume it is better than your tap water merely because it is bottled? I should think not.

Here again you need to ask yourself the same two important questions:
1. Where does my bottled water come from?
2. What, exactly, is in my bottled water?

The information is available for both tap and bottled water. You have to do some research in both categories, but the information is available.

My research has convinced me to drink water that I have found the answers to those questions. My local tap water is spring fed and tastes very good. However, it is provided through a very old metal pipe system. Until I get an accurate report of the actual contents of my tap water, I will continue to buy my drinking water from a local water store that runs its product through an eleven step process. I also supplement my drinking water with another bottled water that provides a product that I know to be a sole source spring water. I have researched the source and the bottler and information about the water is available, per batch, by the bottler upon request.

I have become an informed water drinker. My water drinking decisions are made from knowledge. They are not made from advertising hype, peer pressure or simply by how the water tastes.

There is no need to take sides on this issue. Just do your research and make your water drinking decisions based on what you learn. Who knows? You may be one of the fortunate people who has the perfect water available right there at your tap.

Then again... you may not.


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