INX signs on as major sponsor of CannedWater4Kids

CannedWater4kids (CW4K) has revealed that INX International Ink Company has signed on as a major sponsor. This marks the eleventh year that US-based INX has supported CW4K and its purpose to make sure all children, worldwide have access to sustainable clean, safe drinking water.

 “We are excited and proud to have INX participating as a major sponsor” said Greg Stromberg, CW4K founder, and CEO. “Its generous support will help us to develop, fund, and deliver sustainable clean drinking water solutions at a faster pace.”

John Hrdlick, INX president and CEO, said: “This year’s enhanced sponsorship opportunity was attractive to us for several reasons. First, we value giving back and have always liked CW4K’s mission of helping to make sure all children have access to clean, safe drinking water. Second, it shows our support for the metal packaging industry, and third, it provides us visibility supporting a global charity doing good.”

“We noticed that the charity was not only helping with clean drinking water solutions across the globe but also here at home. That was attractive to us”, added Renee Schouten, INX International’s director of marketing.

In appreciation of the support that INX has provided over the years, cw4k will include the company’s logo on their packaging. It will also incorporate a statement announcing that cw4k decorates their bottles with INX ink.

“All of our aluminum bottles and cans are decorated beautifully with ink from INX,” said Stromberg. “People always comment on how great the design looks with it’s bright, brilliant colors. Using the finest inks and coatings along with the INX Color Perfection system makes the difference.”

cW4K water is available in 12 oz cans (sparkling) and 16 oz aluminum bottles / 12 oz cans (still), by the case, pallet or truckload.

95% of the money collected by cw4k from the sale of its drinking water packaged in aluminum bottles and cans goes to fund and deliver sustainable, clean drinking water projects. Private donors cover its operating costs.

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