Southern Eagle Distributing, a locally owned/operated company and strong community partner, in partnership with Anheuser-Busch, donated 96 cases of water to the Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County. The water will be available to Club Members are each of the area clubhouses.
“We brought in extra water prior to hurricane Mathew,” said Philip Busch, president of Southern Eagle Distributing. “In past disasters, the community has run out of water. We wanted to make sure that did not happen this time.”
Fortunately, hurricane Mathew did not impact the area as predicated. “We had the extra water, so we donated it to the Boys & Girls Clubs and several other local organizations,” added Busch.
“The water will be used and is very much appreciated,” stated Will Armstead, CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs. “Southern Eagle is very generous and a strong supporter of our kids”
Southern Eagle Distributing, Inc. has called the Treasure Coast home since 1984. They are a full-service beverage distributor. Brands include Budweiser, Bud Light, Busch, Natural Light, Corona, Modelo, Magic Hat, Blue Point and SweetWater just to name a few. Southern Eagle is proud to be your local distributor for local breweries throughout the Treasure Coast, including Sailfish Brewing and Side Door Brewing. They also have a portfolio of wine and non-alcoholic beverages that include, Copa Di Vino, Nestle Pure-Life waters, Arizona and Sparkling Ice.
Charities and non-profits supported by Southern Eagle include the Treasure Coast Food Bank, Boys & Girls Clubs of St. Lucie County, the Navy Seal Museum, YMCA of the Treasure Coast, CASTLE, Busch Wildlife Center, St. Lucie County 100 Club and others.
More information about Southern Eagle: (772) 461-8644 or southerneagledist.com.
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