565 Stores Getting Swim Guide Signs

Who is ready to grab some buds and hit the river?

We are excited to announce that we are partnering with Bama Bud of Shelby County to raise awareness about the Coosa River Swim Guide and our work to protect, restore, and promote the Coosa River and its tributaries.

Starting this week, you may see some of the signs below at 565 (no, that’s not a typo!) local convenience stores and grocery stores in 6 counties in the Coosa Valley.

 This is a part of Anheuser-Busch’s Better World Initiative and we were so grateful that Bama Bud of Shelby County elected to help us better educate the public about water quality and keeping litter out of our waterways! We’ve NEVER had this type of direct local exposure for our organization in our watershed!

Where You’ll Find the Signs!

Shelby County: 196

Calhoun County: 150

Talladega County: 120

Chilton County: 56

Cleburne County: 26

Coosa County: 17

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