Business: Real thirst - 2015-03-01

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F0.png Business: Real thirst March 1, 2015, Heidi Kyser, KNPR

Brent Jones disagrees. The CEO of Affinity Lifestyles, Real Water's parent, argues that his company is creating jobs — 40 to 60, he estimates — by providing a good product that consumers are clamoring for. He pays the standard commercial water rate, just like the casinos and hotels whose myriad customers run countless gallons down the drain each day. And, notes Jones, who's also the state assemblyman for District 35 in Enterprise, he's not doing anything illegal.


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