Hurricane Michael Relief

Shreveport, La. – Shreveport-based Music Mountain Water is donating more than 10,000 bottles of water to help with Hurricane Michael relief efforts in Florida.  A truck will pick up the palates of water on Saturday, October 13th at 9am at Music Mountain Water’s store at 305 Stoner Avenue in Shreveport.  That’s at the corner of Stoner and Gilbert.

A moving truck from Coral Springs Moving and Storage will pick up the water before heading to Florida.  Moving company owner Kenny Kling and Dan Margolis had finished moving some goods to Oklahoma and decided to put their empty truck to good use and pick up relief donations as they head back to Florida.

The two contacted the American Red Cross, which called the Salvation Army which eventually led to Music Mountain Water General Manager David Laun. Music Mountain Water will load the truck with 5 palates of water.

Resident who would like to donate relief supplies should bring them to Music Mountain Water’s store before 9am tomorrow morning.

For more information, contact Ed Walsh with Romph-Pou Agency at (318) 465-0138.

Music Mountain Water has been owned by the Wren family since 1980.  The company is located in Shreveport and services homes and businesses in Monroe, Alexandria and Lafayette, as well as East Texas and South Arkansas.