Tucson, AZ (PressExposure) April 14, 2009 -- Even in a tough economy, people are still giving back and for Culligan Water, that means filling up. With ABCâs Extreme Home Makeover in town recently to help a Catalina Foothills girl, local businesses and residents lined up to help out. But before the 1,000 volunteers could scream âMove that bus!â, they first had to yell âHey Culligan Man!â
In the middle of the showâs efforts were 14-year-old Lizzie Bell, who has a rare blood disease, along with her parents Michael and Kathleen. To build to the home quickly, the show needed to ask for some area support before it could pull its famous bus into the Bellsâ driveway.
âWe first got contacted to help fill the pool, so we showed up with two 6,000-gallon trucks,â said Rex Ruddick, manager of the local Tucson Culligan dealership. âThen we got a call about donating the water for the crewâs coffee. We knew when it came to a project like this, caffeine is as essential as hammers and nails and happily kept the coffee flowing. On top of that, we sent over 50 five-gallon water bottles for the food carters.â
Countless cups of coffee and 12,250 gallons of water later, the Bells walked into their new home.
The Bellsâ segment of Extreme Home Makeover is set to air on March 22nd on ABC, please check local listings.
Founded in 1936 by Emmett Culligan, Culligan continually develops new technologies to treat hard water and rid water of harmful contaminants. All products have been perfected through research and development, set standards in the water treatment industry, and are used by homes and businesses worldwide.
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