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Arrow Stage Lines launches 'Hero Project' charity venture

Posted on March 24, 2016

Arrow Stage Lines is teaming up with Charity Water, an international charity organization dedicated to ending the world water crisis. 

“We have always felt it is important for our company to do our part to help make our communities and world a better place,” said Arrow Stage Lines’ COO Luke Busskohl. “Our company works on a local level to help our communities, we felt it was time to unify our regions under one cause to help create a larger impact.”

Arrow Stage Lines will donate funds to Charity Water for every charter sold, beginning on World Water Day, which was March 22.

Additionally, the company has set up a Webpage dedicated to the campaign for those who would like to donate personally to the cause.

In honor of Arrow Stage Lines’ new charity venture the company is announcing the Hero Project. The Hero Project, in 2016, is dedicated to helping fight the world water crisis.  

“It has always been important to our company and family that we help support those in need,” said Arrow Stage Lines CEO & President, Steve Busskohl. “The Hero Project helps uphold what we believe in as a company.”

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