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Gena and Chuck Norris Donate Water to Aid Victims of Hurricane Harvey

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Chuck Norris is, once again, lending aid to the Lone Star State. No, the honorary Texan is not reprising his role as butt-kicker extraordinaire Cordell Walker, however, he and his wife Gena are coming to the rescue of those still dealing with the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.

The husband and wife team recently donated 4,000 gallons of CForce, a premium artesian bottled water sourced directly from the Norris’ ranch in Navasota, Texas, to the Salvation Army.

Chuck Norris for CForce water
Photo: Facebook/CForce

In addition to the water donated to the Salvation Army, the Norris family has directly distributed more than 6,000 bottles of CForce water to organizations throughout the state. These include the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the National Guard, the U.S. Task Force, as well as local emergency management services and local businesses. Furthermore, as H-E-B worked tirelessly across the state to aid recovery efforts, CForce Bottling Company kept them stocked with a continuous supply of water.

“As people are looking for clean water in this situation, we are proud to partner with The Salvation Army to bring CForce premium artesian water to those who have been affected by Hurricane Harvey,” said Gena, who is the owner and CEO of CForce Bottling Company. “We feel very fortunate to be able to provide fresh, clean water during this time of crisis, thanks to our partnership with The Salvation Army.”

According to the CForce Bottling Company, the Norris’ discovered their water source while searching for a new well-site on Lone Wolf Ranch, the family’s homestead. The company built a “state-of-the-art” bottling facility in 2016, which ensures the water remains untouched by humans hands until it is consumed.

While his days playing “Walker, Texas Ranger” may be a thing of the past, it is comforting to know that when Texas needs a hero most, Chuck Norris is not too far away!

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