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Go Purified Water and Ice

Posted - Apr. 29, 2015 at 10:43 a.m.



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This is Chris Redgrave for Zions Bank Speaking on Business.

Water makes up 60 percent of the human body, and a big reason for this is because of the important work it does in dissolving essential vitamins and nutrients and delivering them to cells, as well as flushing out toxins, regulating body temperature and aiding metabolism. The need for clean and fresh water is what drives siblings Kristi Grooms and Michael Green in their business Go Purified Water and Ice.

When you visit their West Jordan retail store, you taste the result of taking municipal water, and purifying it through a twelve-step process called reverse osmosis. Minerals, copper, salt and other impurities are removed — and the result is … water tastes like water should. Go Purified Water and Ice tests the city water regularly to find the level t/d/s, or total dissolved solids, basically anything that can be in solid form in your water. This is one reason the purification process is so important.

Go Purified Water and Ice has been growing steadily since Michael and Kristi bought it almost five years ago. To accommodate their growth, they are securing a new location across from their store is currently located on Redwood Road, which will expand their space. It will also include a clean room facility so they can fill 5-gallon bottles for home or office delivery.

By the way, this is a veteran-owned business. Michael grew up in an Army culture, while serving in the National Guard, where the mission is to be asked to do things nobody else can and make it happen. That's the dedication he brings to Go Purified Water and Ice.

Many people already come to Go Purified Water and Ice for water storage. They specialize in two-year water storage and recommend using glass or poly-carbonate as the longest-lasting and safest storage option.

If you'd like to find out more about how to build your company's global presence, you can attend the fourteenth annual Zions Bank Trade and Business Conference on May 12. For more information or to register, visit zionsbank.com/conference.

For Zions Bank, I'm Chris Redgrave, speaking on business.

Go Purified Water and Ice 6824 Redwood Road West Jordan, UT 84084 801-688-1033

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