( Apr 1 2014)
Culligan International will keep over 4,000 climbers hydrated on April 13 in downtown Chicago as they race to the top of the John Hancock Center to raise money for lung disease research, advocacy and education. The water treatment company is providing several thousand bottles of water for the event that raises more than $1 million to promote healthy lungs and fight lung disease.
"We are honored to sponsor an event that benefits such a remarkable cause," said Marty Armstrong, Senior Vice President of Marketing for Culligan International. "Lung disease is a prevalent issue that needs our attention. We are pleased to partner with Hustle Up the Hancock and be part of the fundraising efforts."
Culligan International has been an industry-leader in water technology and treatment, including whole-house water filters, drinking water systems, bottle-free coolers, bottled water delivery, and water softeners for homes and businesses for more than 75 years.
For more information regarding Culligan International, please visit culligan.com or connect with us at facebook.com/culligan. For more information regarding Hustle Up the Hancock, visit hustleupthehancock.org. To learn more about the Respiratory Health Association, visit lungchicago.org.