Drinking water and doing good is why Karen Barnes bought 'Ethos' water

Following a discussion with a recent client on the needs of single professional women for services such as those offered by our company, Montclair Concierges, we contacted Andrea Learned, co-author of 'Don't think Pink'. She in turn introduced us to the work of Karen Barnes who runs her marketing company 'Woodbine' in Winston-Salem (North Carolina). Karen relates how she bought Ethos water because of the company's promise to give a nickel for each bottle sold to fund clean water projects in  poor countries. Ethos by the way was recently bought by Starbucks.

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