MiiR Bottles Completes Funding for First Clean Water Well

MiiR Bottles announced today they have raised sufficient funds to build their very first freshwater well, providing approximately 250 people with clean water for at least the next 20 years.
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Seattle, WA – MiiR Bottles announced today they have raised sufficient funds to build their very first freshwater well in an African village, providing approximately 250 people with clean water for at least the next 20 years. MiiR works directly with an organization called mycharitywater.org to orchestrate their one4one program where one dollar from every bottle purchased goes toward the purchase of clean water.

“When MiiR was concepted, we wanted to do more than just reduce plastic bottle waste. We began with a simple goal: to raise awareness of the clean water crisis in our world and pair action with it,” says Bryan Papé, MiiR Founder and CEO. “Today marks not only an important day for MiiR but also for our customers, fans, and supporters. We are extremely proud and thankful to have completed funding for our first clean water well within just three months of launching the company.”

The new well funded by MiiR and its supporters will be finished within 12 – 18 months. Photos and GPS coordinates of the completed well will be shared on the MiiR website www.miir.com and on the MiiR facebook fan page at www.facebook.com/miirbottles.

To learn more about MiiR's commitment to providing clean water for those in need please visit www.miir.com/one4one.


About MiiR Bottles
MiiR Bottles was founded in 2010 and is based in Seattle, Wash. With a commitment to being reusable, recyclable and completely safe for consumption, MiiR Bottles are completely BPA-free and made from 100 percent stainless steel. MiiR Bottles combine innovative product design elements with the customization tools of Skinit, the industry leader and brand in On-Demand Customization and Personalization Technology, to offer consumers more functionality and a new way to customize their water bottles. MiiR also gives back to the community with their one4one program where one dollar from every bottle purchased goes toward the purchase of clean water in underdeveloped countries. www.miir.com.

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