Transcript for Anheuser Busch Switches to Water Production For Sandy Relief Effort
A couple of phone call we weren't able to get permission from Anheuser-Busch to come into the plant is what -- -- kind of amazing normally these cats are -- up here. Not now now they are -- cold water. He drinking water -- shipped -- -- disaster. Larry personally for me admitted that does -- a little bit more is that you have family that had been affected by it. -- says that the pretty easy process switching over from here -- water and it took only about eight to twelve hours to do it once they got the call. Employee Sam -- Levine is in from Jersey he's from Floyd county. But he still feels a sense of satisfaction in being able to help fix the right -- you know -- -- Government doesn't buy the water -- Anheuser-Busch donate. Free from the company says it's been doing for more than a hundred years. We have a long history of supporting relief efforts especially times a disaster. And emergency waters something that our company is uniquely position to be able to do. Scott veils off -- glad -- do and that he could be a part of it. And they understand what's at stake than they know that we're we're doing this to help people out and they are they're just more than happy -- to jump on him and help them help folks -- When all -- said and done they estimate that -- Thousand pieces of this.
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