A few months before the COVID-19 pandemic hit the U.S., forcing nationwide retail closures and altering the way every industry conducted business, Sterling Davis invested in WaterStation Technology. By Jessica Jones
Billed as a passive, long-term investment with no hidden fees or additional costs, WaterStation Technology, which manufactures, deploys and operates water purification machines that produce alkaline water, has attracted a varied mix of investors since its launch in 2012. By Jessica Jones
When WaterStation Technology launched in the greater Seattle area in 2012, the company’s founder, Ryan Wear, identified water as the second fastest-growing category in grocery stores nationwide. He recognized that consumers were increasingly wary of tap water and were turning to plastic bottled water. By Jessica Jones
WaterStation Technology: Dick Humphrey talks about the cutting-edge, environmentally conscious franchise
Classifying their bottleless water stations as both “planet-friendly and human-healthy,” WaterStation Technology has been on the cutting edge of environmentally conscious practices for the past eight years.
After 20 years of working in corporate America, Rupa Keskar grew bored with her IT career. In 2012, she started exploring real-estate investments and left the security of a well-paying job to launch her own property-acquisition firm. By Jessica Jones
WaterStation Technology is in the position to answer the public’s cries for clean, pure water all across the country. WaterStation Technology’s flagship, patent-pending WST-700 bulk water vending machine is the most current addition to the full line of purified water machine products. By Rose Mango
WaterStation Technology business is on the cutting edge of ecologically-minded efforts to meet the nation’s demand for clean drinking water. By Deanna Pledge