After a lot of hard work, and months getting their storefront ready, Merced’s newest filtered water provider H2Overload has finally opened its doors.
This achievement was celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony hosted by the Merced County Hispanic Chamber of Commerce on Dec. 15. Notably, representatives of Assemblywoman Esmeralda Soria, Congressman John Duarte, and State Senator Anna Caballero were in attendance and presented the owners of H2Overload with certificates of recognition for this milestone.
H2Overoad is a new and convenient place for Mercedians to get premium filtered water at a great price. All water is filtered on location with state-of-the-art Military grade equipment with care and passion by the business owners Anthony Onley and Nancy Ewald. You can find H2Overload in downtown Merced at 850 W Main Street, Suite B. If you have any questions or want to get in contact with H2Overload, you can call here: (209) 930-6543.
When talking about the origins of the business at the event, Nancy Ewald said, “When we were still living in Whittier, we would go to a water store much like this one. And even back then we would think about opening one. Later, after I moved here, I realized that this place didn’t have a water store or a place to buy alkaline water. Things happened, and things worked out, to where we were able to get the money to put a water store here. It’s been a wonderful thing.”
I am very happy to be a business owner, and even more so I am happy that I found something that I enjoy AND use on a daily basis,” exclaimed Anthony Onley when it was his time to speak at the ceremony. “We have to have clean water, its one of the few thing that we cannot live without. So, I am hoping that the city of Merced will embrace me, welcome me in, and help me help them with the community.”