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Water4Food 2012 Sponsor, Silver Bullet, Issues Press Release

Card Gnome has partnered with iDE to create Water4Food fundraiser to end famine in West Africa. Read more about it at
One of Water4Food 2012's sponsors, Silver Bullet Water Treatment, has issued a press release about their involvement in the Denver, Colorado event on March 22nd. Thank you, Silver Bullet, for being part of this important cause!
Press release below:

Silver Bullet Water Treatment Company Partners with iDE to Support Denver’s Participation in Water4Food 2012
March 19, 2012; Aurora, CO Silver Bullet Water Treatment Company LLC, an Aurora, Colorado based company that treats water in commercial cooling towers without adding chemicals, is proud to partner with International Development Enterprises (iDE) to celebrate the United Nations’ World Water Day/Water4Food 2012.
World Water Day is held annually on March 22nd to focus attention on the importance of fresh water and to advocate sustainable management of this precious resource. World Water Day 2012’s emphasis is on the relationship of fresh water to food security.
On March 22nd, Denver volunteers will generate awareness about water and food security and seek donations from businesses and individuals. Fifty percent of all donations will be sent to provide families in the Sahel region of West Africa with the tools and knowledge needed to create and sustain a local business; enabling them to increase their income and lift themselves out of poverty.  To learn more, participate and donate, go to
Silver Bullet’s patent-pending technology saves its customers money and helps to ensure a sustainable water supply.   Silver Bullet systems are installed in hotels, office buildings, hospitals, convention centers, factories and other commercial and industrial locations throughout the United States. The Silver Bullet system eliminates the need to add chemicals to cooling tower water and significantly reduces water consumption while lowering energy and reducing maintenance costs. 
By the end of 2013, it is estimated that Silver Bullet’s customers will save water at the rate of 1.7 billion gallons of water every year. More information about the Silver Bullet system can be found at   
iDE’s origin started in 1982 in rural Somalia with the mission to create income and livelihood opportunities for poor households.  It is a social enterprise dedicated to ending poverty in the developing world not through handouts, but by helping farm families access the tools and knowledge they need to increase their income. More information can be found at