Welcome Wagon honours water company

Water Pure and Simple owned by Richard Ramsden has been presented with a 10-year plaque from Baby Welcome Wagon.

Water Pure and Simple received a 10-year plaque from Baby Welcome Wagon.

Water Pure and Simple owned by Richard Ramsden has been presented with a 10-year plaque from Baby Welcome Wagon.

Water Pure and Simple has been a sponsor in Welcome Wagon’s Baby Basket for the past decade.

Ramsden, who came to the Comox Valley in 1983, purchased Water Pure and Simple in 1997. The company participates in a multitude of events by providing water and dispensers at such venues as MusicFest, the air show, Nautical Days, Tour de Rock and Glacier Kings hockey

games.

The new promotion is Water Pure and Simple invites you to Think before you Drink.

The company is located at 2329 Rosewall Cres. in Courtenay. It is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Friday. Call (250) 334-1666.

Charissa Edelman for Baby Welcome Wagon can be reached at (250) 336-2275.

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