Weather Forecast For Veterans: It Will 'SNO' All You Want; SNO™ Glacier Water From Iceland Will Flow Freely at Vet House

18 May, 2015, 09:00 ET from Vet House

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla., May 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- When 'Vet House' opens in West Palm Beach as a resource center to help veterans transition back to civilian life, the vets living there can drink all the SNO glacier water from Iceland they want for free (info@drinksnowwater.com)

Vet House, which will also be the venue for a hard-hitting reality TV show called Vet House Odyssey, will be fully stocked with SNO™.

"We want to hydrate our heroes with the best they deserve, the finest, purest water in the world," said Paul Kincaid, VP National Sales of iGlacier Water U.S.A. the Importer of SNO glacier water from Iceland.

VET HOUSE is a place where disabled veterans live and learn together how to transition back to civilian life. Vet House Odyssey (www.vethouseodyssey.com) also is a TV show in the making that will open many eyes to how challenging the transition can be for America's heroes.    

"Vet House will be a place where veterans can find themselves," said Vet House founder Joe Franklin, a real estate developer and a veteran himself who has dedicated much of his life to helping fellow veterans adjust to civilian life. 

"At Vet House, veterans will find the resources they need to develop saleable work skills, while enjoying camaraderie and the emotional support of living and learning along with other veterans." 

Already flying off store shelves from London to Oman, Texas to California, the premium, nitrate-free SNO continues to expand.

SNO™ is available at Albertson's, Whole Foods UK, Sprouts Farmers Market, Bristol Farms, Central market, Tree of Life, Harrods and Tesco.  Amazon.com and other online distributors, including The Water Loft, Aqua Amore and Express Delivery also picked up the increasingly popular, awesomely-natural brand, which boasts it's the only water with a naturally perfect 7.4 pH balance.

The idea behind Vet House providing veterans with economic empowerment programs came from Franklin who has spent many years helping veterans develop saleable skills, find employment and homes for themselves and their families.

The idea for Vet House Odyssey, the TV show, came from Tom Madden, a former VP of NBC who now heads the Boca Raton-based international PR firm TransMedia Group  (www.transmediagroup.com). 

Julianna Corso, 561-750-9800 x2160; Julianna@transmediagroup.com

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