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Saving The Rain Forest One Bottle At A Time

Brazilian Springs Water Is Helping The Tri-Cities "Go Green"!

October 19, 2008       Leave a Comment
By: MyBayCity Staff

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Brazilian Springs Water is located at 99 Tuscola (M-15) in Bay City!
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Brazilian Springs Water located in Bay City at 99 Tuscola (M-15), wants the community to "Go Green" with the worlds first eco-friendly bottled spring water.

"We are losing Earth's greatest biological treasures just as we are beginning to appreciate their true value, such as cures for life threatening diseases." said Brazilian Springs Water Owner, Rick Brown.

"Brazilian Springs Water was twice named Best Tasting Water in the World. We have the highest pH level of any other bottled water (7.9ph). That means you can hydrate your body cells better than ever before! It's simply great water and great for our eco-system, we cover our carbon footprint 200 times! Each and every bottle saves 90 square feet of our rain forest. That's why we can say we are the First and Only Eco-Friend bottled water in the world," says Owner Rick Brown.

Brazilian Springs Water Owner Rick Brown is passionate and on a mission to save the rain forest, he wants the community to join in his quest!
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Brazilian Springs brand is the first and only (truly) bottled water in the world with a mission. And the mission has just begun
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Rainforest's are being destroyed because the value of rain forest land is perceived as only the value of its timber by short-signed governments, multi national logging companies and land owners. One and one-half acres of rain forest are lost every second with tragic consequences for both developing and industrial countries.

Nearly half of the world's species of plants, animals and microorganisms will be destroyed or threatened over the next quarter century due to rain forest deforestation. Experts estimate that we are losing 137 plant, animal and insect species every single day due to rain forest deforestation. That equates to 50,000 species per year!

The Amazon Rain forest covers over a billion acres including Brazil, Venezuela, Columbia and the Eastern Andean region of Ecuador and Peru. The Amazon Rain forest has been described as the "Lungs of our Planet" because it consistently provides essential environmental world service of recycling carbon dioxide into oxygen. More that 20 percent of the world oxygen is produced in the Amazon Rain forest.

More than half of the world's estimated 10 million species of plants, animals and insects live in the tropical rainforest's. One fifth of the entire world's fresh water is in the Amazon Basin.

If managed properly, the rain forest can provide the world's need for these natural resources on a perpetual basis.

Brazilian Springs Water is available in many different sizes to your liking!
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You can visit the store on Wednesdays from 12 to 5 and Saturdays from 10-6 to pick up a bottle or a case at wholesale prices!
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Did You Know? Rainforest's currently provide sources for one-fourth of today's medicines and 70 percent of the plants found to have anticancer properties are found only in the rain forest.

Two drugs obtained from a rain forest plant knows as the Madagascar Periwinkle, now extinct in the wild due to deforestation have increased the chances of survival for children with leukemia from 20 percent to 80 percent. When our remaining rainforest's are gone, the rare plants and animals will be lost forever and so will the possible cures for diseases like cancer they can provide.

Experts now agree that if we are to find a cure for cancer and even AIDS, it will be found in the rain forest.

Join Brazilian Spring's Frequent Buyer Club and SAVE! Earn twenty six punches and get a FREE T-Shirt!
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Brazilian Springs in Bay City, owned by Rick Brown gives money back to the Brazilian Rain Forest Foundation. They buy land that would otherwise suffer deforestation. Every bottle purchased saves 90 square feet of the rain forest and Brown is very passionate about his quest to help from right here in Bay City Michigan! You can help too!

They invite you to visit their store located at 99 Tuscola (M-15) in Bay City. Brazilian Springs is open to the public on Wednesdays from 12 to 5 and Saturdays from 10-6. During these two days, you are able to purchase the water at wholesale cost! They are always available by appointment by calling (989) 798-2895.

You can also find Brazilian Springs Water at some local retails: Southside Market and A&J Galleries. If your favorite retailer doesn't carry Brazilian Springs - ask for it!

They have many items that can even help your children get eco-friendly and "Go Green"!
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Author, Leslie Taylor is a cancer survivor who survived a rare form of leukemia because of alternative health and herbal medicine in her mid-20's.The Healing Power of Rain forest Herbs offers a blend of ancient and modern knowledge and incorporates the healing practices of shamans with scientific research.This book is available at Brazilian Springs at a discounted rate!
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You will find many rain forest products here at Brazilian Springs!
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Rain forest Body Butter is an all natural product utilizing ingredients directly from the rain forest!
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Many great holiday gifts can be found for that special someone in your life this season!
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Great stocking stuffers can be purchased here for this holiday season!
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You will find gifts appropriate for any age at Brazilian Springs Water!
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"GO GREEN" and be sure to stop into Brazilian Springs Water to view the many gift ideas as well as the bottled water! Your buying bottled water anyways . . . why not give Brazilian Springs a try and save the rain forest in the process!
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You can get Wholesale Prices on all Bottled Water (pick up only - delivery charge extra).

Single Bottles just 66ยข per bottle when you buy by the case!

1.5 Liter Bottles Wholesale Price just $1.25! (Reg. $2.00)

* PLUS get Half Off All Rain Tree Products In Stock

* Super Cool Brazilian Springs T-Shirts Special Price $10

* Check Out their Wonderful Rain Forest Themed Toys & gifts

Would you like to win a basket full of great rain forest products? Enter Brazilian Springs Water "Name That Tree Frog" Contest - Simply stop in during one of their wholesale days and submit your suggestion!

The contest is open to everyone and each name will be carefully considered by their cute tree frog (See the tree frog's column on Stop in the store for complete details and keep in mind - He is cute and green and in need of a rockin' name!

"If you're going to drink water anyway - why not drink one that is helping to save the planet," said Rehana Brown.

Brazilian Springs Water, 99 Tuscola (M-15) (Open to the public on Wednesdays from 12 to 5 and Saturdays from 10-6) (989) 798-2895 BRAZILIAN SPRINGS WEBSITE!

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