The event will take place April 21 at the Revere Golf Club located in Henderson, Nevada, coinciding with the Water Quality Association’s (WQA) Annual Convention and Trade Show, Aquatech USA 2015, in Las Vegas, stated the release.
HaloSource, headquartered in Seattle, Washington, is a publicly-traded company focused on “bringing to the market innovative chemistry for application across all areas of water purification,” noted the release.
“We are very proud of our relationship with the Wishing Well International Foundation, given the close alignment of Wishing Well’s mission with our own as a company, which is determined to make a real difference in the lives of those we serve,” said HaloSource CEO Martin Coles. “The [WWIF] reaches out to those who desperately need access to safe, clean drinking water. This is at the very core of what we do, and we are committed to progressing in partnership.”
You can find the release here.