Winn-Dixie supports Wounded Warrior Project with Niagara Bottling, Silver Springs

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JACKSONVILLE, Fla. Winn-Dixie Stores on Tuesday announced a partnership with two of its vendors, Niagara Bottling and Silver Springs bottled water, to help raise funds to help veterans injured in the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan.

For a limited time, the grocer is offering specially wrapped 24-packs of Winn-Dixie brand spring water and purified water to benefit Wounded Warrior Project. For every 24-pack of bottled water sold, 10 cents will be donated to the organization, up to a total of $100,000.

The water's packaging reflects the partnership — patriotic imagery of the U.S. flag and a bald eagle wrap each case of water, and each bottle carries the Wounded Warrior Project's logo of a warrior carrying a wounded comrade. The 24-packs of bottled water sell for $2.99 and are now available in all of the grocer's 515 stores.

"This program is an excellent opportunity for Winn-Dixie and our customers to show support for the brave men and women who've dedicated their lives to defending freedom," stated Mary Kellmanson, Winn-Dixie group VP marketing. "The proceeds from this program will assist these veterans in many ways to regain what they have lost in service to our country."

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