Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Harris Teeter donates 6 trucks of bottled water to Nashville residents

Nashville residents, if you need bottled water, HT is trying to help out! (I am suitably impressed and might change my opinion of shopping at the Nashville HT's in the future!)

Harris Teeter announced this morning that six tractor trailers of bottled water have been dispatched to Middle Tennessee.

The water will be distributed from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. today -- or as supplies last -- at Harris Teeter stores in Nashville and Williamson County.

Water customers throughout the area have been asked to conserve water, as one of Nashville's two water treatment plants is out of commission and many utilities share supply.

Harris Teeter stores are in Brentwood, at 210 Franklin Road, in Franklin at 411 Whitman Road, Westhaven, in Belle Meade at 4416 Ridgefield Way, in Hillsboro Village at 2201 21st Ave. S., and in West Nashville at 6002 Hwy. 100.

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  1. Food Lion did this when we flooded last Fall.

    We were supposed to get this same storm y'all got this time, but thankfully the front kicked it into gear and passed on over us pretty quickly.
    That was what happened to us last Fall and it was awful. The news had us scared it was going to be a repeat.

  2. I didn't see this post yesterday doggit. I'm afraid we are all going to be using bottled water in Nashville if people don't start conserving water. It makes me sad to see that people just aren't doing it. Don't they know how close we were to losing the one working water station we have. The reserves are going fast because the one plant producing at capacity isn't enough to keep up with daily usage. I sure could stand to do a couple loads of laundry; and I've never been a fan of skipping daily baths; but we should all be doing whatever we can. They keep asking, but it doesn't seem people are listening. We may all regret it really soon. I posted a plea on my facebook page. I ask any of your followers to urge people they know in Nashville to conserve now or regret it later.