Wallace Eannace, The Fluid Handling Representatives Association (FHRA), Friends, Colleagues and Xylem Watermark raise $12,000 for WATERBOYS, a foundation that provides clean, accessible drinking water to communities in need.
Over 300 people across the United States participated in the event by walking/ running over 31,000 miles combined. That is more miles that the earth is round, at 25,000 mi.
According to Darryl Clark, Corporate Vice President, Wallace Eannace, “We are very proud to have participated with a large group of individuals whom care about making a difference in other people’s lives, and actually step up to do it. The Waterboys foundation is a worthy organization and they deserved our efforts”.
ABOUT WALLACE EANNACE
For over 95 years Wallace Eannace has brought innovative and cost-effective system solutions to the plumbing and HVAC industries through technical support, quality products, prefabricated solutions, and a nationwide network of wholesale distributors.
ABOUT THE FLUID HANDLING REPRESENTATIVES’ ASSOCIATION
Founded in 1975, The Fluid Handling Representatives Association is an organization of thirty independently owned heat and fluid transfer manufacturer’s representatives covering The United States of America. Primary responsibilities include providing technical support to wholesalers, developers and engineers to meet their energy efficiency and system performance requirements, size and select quality products, technical training for the trades, and to support a nationwide network of wholesale distributors.
Xylem is a leading water technology company committed to “solving water” by creating innovative and smart technology solutions to meet the world’s water, wastewater and energy needs.
In a world of ever-growing challenges, Xylem delivers innovative water technology solutions throughout the cycle of water.
Watermark is Xylem’s corporate social responsibility program. Its mission is to provide education and equitable access to safe water and sanitation to support healthy lives and help build resilient communities.