EPCOR DONATES 6,585 BOTTLES OF WATER

Written by The Bee

August 18, 2019

BULLHEAD CITY, AZ — August 14, 2019 — EPCOR has donated 191 cases of water (6,585 bottles) to benefit
River Cities Resource Center as part of Lerner and Rowe’s Code Red Heat Relief campaign to help prevent
dehydration among members of the community’s most vulnerable populations during the hottest part of the
summer.

EPCOR’s Bullhead City team – 27 locally based employees led by James Lands, operations supervisor for
EPCOR’s Bullhead City office – funded 121 cases with EPCOR adding another 71 cases. Lerner and Rowe’s goal
for this fourth annual campaign is 500 cases of water (approximately 12,000 bottles).
“Arizona’s summer heat can be hard on everyone in Bullhead City, but vulnerable populations, including
homeless individuals, have a particularly tough time staying healthy during the hottest part of the year,” said
Lands. “We’re pleased to support Lerner and Rowe’s water bottle drive and we hope everyone in the
community will join in this effort.”

More About EPCOR USA
Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, EPCOR USA’s wholly owned subsidiaries build, own and operate water and
wastewater and natural gas facilities and infrastructure in the southwestern United States. EPCOR USA provides
water, wastewater and natural gas service to approximately 665,000 people across 44 communities and 15
counties in Arizona, New Mexico and Texas.

More About Lerner & Rowe Gives Back
Inspired by the film, Pay it Forward (2000), Lerner and Rowe’s managing partner, Kevin Rowe, founded Lerner &
Rowe Gives Back, a non-profit organization dedicated to changing the world for the better by harnessing an
ever-widening network of people to help improve communities through direct, collective action. Lerner & Rowe
Gives Back Foundation’s efforts support children, families, homeless individuals, and military veterans, among
others.

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2 Comments

  1. Marc Goldstone

    EPCOR continues to be a good corporate citizen yet our City’s politicians want to burden each household with $47 in additional costs each month for the next 30 years.

    The City’s goal is clearly to not only take EPCOR infrastructure but Bermuda Water’s also so that the City can achieve their long time goal of annexing the Ft. Mohave community, doubling city government revenue.

    This is perhaps the biggest scam perpetrated on Bullhead City residents since incorporation which took three attempts… the third ballot was purportedly read into the scanner upside down, so that No votes would be recorded as YES votes.

    Do yourself and your family a big favor by voting NO on Prop. 415.

    Reply
  2. Vincent L. Guarisco

    Nice. Now, pack your bags because PROP 415 will give you the boot from my local area in Bullhead, AZ.. The City will manage our water.

    Reply

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