Raleigh, NC, August 27, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Vicky Hortman, president at Gray & Creech Water Systems, Inc. (www.grayandcreech.com), has announced the release of an audio podcast discussing the company’s green practices. In the podcast, Lee Hortman, vice president of operations at Gray & Creech, discusses ways the company has gone green and the environmental benefits to using Gray & Creech products. He explains why drinking filtered water is better for the environment than drinking tap water and addresses the health benefits of filtered water. Hortman also discusses why the company’s products are safer and cleaner than similar products on the market and ways customers can go green. The podcast is available for download at www.mmimarketing.com/podcast/gray-creech-water-systems-inc-goes-green.
“Gray & Creech has always been an environmentally sound company,” said Vicky Hortman. “With the recent drought we have done even more to ensure we conserve water and protect the environment.”
About Gray & Creech Water Systems, Inc.:
Originally founded in 1922 as an office duplicator distributor, Gray & Creech Water Systems, Inc. is now the largest company in the Triangle supplying state-of-the-art office drinking water purification systems to North Carolina businesses. The company uses a unique point-of-use technology that refines regular tap water to provide consistent, high-quality drinking water that is free from contaminants and odor. Gray & Creech water systems are highly renowned for providing businesses with significant cost savings over traditional bottled water solutions, typically offering companies cost savings of 50 to 65 percent. In addition to meeting the drinking water needs of businesses, Gray & Creech also provides the most advanced office coffee systems available, featuring revolutionary conveniences and coffee of exceptional quality. For more information, visit www.grayandcreech.com.
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