(Seattle, WA) – GRAYL ® the Seattle-based company that makes the Ultralight Water Purifier Bottle, is pleased to welcome Three Mountain Associates to their team of sales representatives. Three Mountain Associates will be representing GRAYL in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic territories.
“We are very excited to have the TMA team joining GRAYL. Their deep experience with sales and service in the outdoor industry is a perfect compliment to our fast-growing company, which is experiencing triple digit growth year over year,” said Andrew Weber, President and CEO for GRAYL Inc.
“What’s special about GRAYL, is that there is a ton of value in their purifier products which remove all the harmful contaminants while improving taste and odor,” said Tom McCarthy, President, Three Mountain Associates.
Easy-to-use, GRAYL® bottles produce 16 oz. of safe drinking water from virtually any freshwater source in just 15 seconds – just fill, press and drink. Unlike other filters and purifiers in the market, GRAYL® bottles offer full-spectrum protection from pathogens (virus, bacteria and protozoa), sediment, chemicals and heavy metals, as well as remove unwanted tastes and odors.
In addition to safety and convenience, GRAYL® bottles also help preserve the health of the environment. It is estimated that 86% of single-use plastic water bottles end up as litter or in landfills all over the world. One GRAYL® cartridge is a direct replacement for 300 single-use plastic water bottles, helping users actively reduce their plastic consumption and associated waste.
Seattle-based GRAYL® manufactures and distributes purifier bottles for outdoor adventure, international travel and emergency preparation. Founded in 2012, GRAYL® is dedicated to providing safe, clean water so its customers can explore the world with greater self-reliance and respect for the natural environment and cultural wonders. GRAYL® is a member of 1% for the Planet, contributing a portion of their revenue to non-profit organizations that protect and preserve the environment, including Conservation Alliance and Adventure Travel Conservation Fund.