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doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation Provides Generous Donation For UCSO SAR

Posted On : 5/8/2019 2:54:25 PM

The doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation has made a generous donation toward the purchase of a rough-water rescue boat. This enables volunteers to respond to emergencies with more effective resources.

*** PRESS RELEASE May 8, 2019 ***

DATE:     May 9, 2019

LOCATION:     doTERRA Campus, 389 South 1300 West, Pleasant Grove, UT, 84062 (The event will take place in front on the west side of campus.)

AGENDA:     10:00 AM - Q&A and Photo opportunity with Utah County Sheriff's Office, Utah County Search and Rescue, and doTERRA Founder Greg Cook.

                      11:00 a.m. - Depart for Provo Harbor, Utah Lake State Park

                      12:00 p.m. - Launch boat for boat tour on Utah Lake

ABOUT:     Last year the Utah County Sheriff's Office sent out a plea to companies and donors to assist in purchasing a new boat to aid in rough-water rescues and recoveries.  Upon seeing the article in UtahValley360.com in May 2018, the doTERRA Healing Hands Foundation provided a generous donation that allowed the Utah County Search and Rescue to purchase a Rigid Hull Inflatable Boat.  Shortly after its purchase, the boat assisted in locating a victim in Strawberry Reservoir, proving its need to Utah County and many agencies throughout the state.

CONTACT:     Spencer Cannon, Sergeant, Public Information Officer, Utah County Sheriff's Office, (801)404-1912. Twitter: @SGTCannonPIO or @UCSO

                       Jennifer Lambert, doTERRA, Global Communications Manager, (801)232-1893, jlambert@doterra.com

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