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Gladden Water – Regional Bottled Water Delivery Company Expands Delivery to Aledo, Azle and Weatherford, Texas

March 7, 2011

Gladden Water, one of the fastest growing bottled water delivery companies in North Texas has announced expanded delivery to Aledo, Azle and Weatherford, Texas. Gladden Water has been servicing the greater Dallas Fort Worth area and now covers more than two million homes and businesses.

Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 6, 2011

Due to increased demand Gladden Water has now expanded bottled water delivery to Aledo, Azle and Weatherford, Texas.

“Gladden keeps getting bombarded by homes and businesses wanting service outside of our delivery areas,” stated Bob Jesperson, Principal at Gladden Water. “We are working as quickly as possible to expand Bottled Water Delivery routes to new communities, and we are pleased to now offer service to the homes and businesses in Aledo, Azle and Weatherford, Texas.”

Gladden Water made a big “splash” in 2010 with deployment of the “Divinci” designer water cooler. The unusual sleek design and silver color has propelled high demand and Gladden Water fueled demand further by offering it free of charge with many business water plans.

Gladden Water has been a growth leader in North Texas offering bottled water delivery plans that guarantee to save homes and businesses 20% or more on bottled water delivery. Gladden Water has attracted thousands of new customers in Dallas Fort Worth with attractive new price plans.

Different from most competitors, most Gladden Water plans include free use of designer water coolers. In addition Gladden Water bottles have handles built into the bottles for easy lifting and spill proof caps that guarantee not a drop of water to leak when placing bottles on a water cooler.

More information about Gladden Water can be found at http://www.gladdendirect.com or by contacting them directly at 888-water-25.

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