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Hops for Water Oktoberfest


Cannon’s Well Worth It campaign is hosting its 3rd annual Oktoberfest on October 18, 2017, from 5:30 – 8:00 pm at Beda’s Biergarten. Come celebrate Oktoberfest–without traveling cross-country! Tickets are only $20 and include two beers and a commemorative stein, but you don’t need a ticket to join in on the festivities. There will be a silent auction with a number...

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Another Successful BBQ in the Books!


San Luis Obispo, California, July 26, 2017 – For the seventh year in a row, Cannon’s Well Worth It Campaign – a charitable effort to build clean water projects for villages around the world – spent the day grilling tri-tip dinners to raise funds to build new water wells for those in need. This year’s event raised $10,500 towards clean water...

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Grilling Tri-tip for Water Wells


San Luis Obispo, California, July 10, 2017 – Once again, Cannon’s Well Worth It Campaign – a charitable effort to build clean water projects for villages around the world – is grilling up tri-tip dinners to raise funds to build new water wells for those in need. This is Cannon’s seventh annual “Well Worth It Drive-Thru BBQ” and is a...

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Good News About Cannon


Originally Published By: The Tribune Cannon, a local engineering consulting firm, recently raised $1,800 during its Well Worth It campaign to provide clean, safe drinking water to developing countries. The annual pancake breakfast fundraiser, donated and prepared by Popolo Catering, was served to more than 160 attendees. Since its inception in 2010, the Well Worth It campaign has raised more than...

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Local Meteorologist Flips Pancakes into Water Wells


PG&E’s John Lindsey joins forces with Cannon Corp. for annual fundraiser Taking a break from his wet winter forecasts, Central Coast meteorologist and weather columnist John Lindsey will trade his radar for a spatula next Tuesday to help raise funds for water wells in developing nations. The Well Worth It Campaign, launched by Cannon in 2010, will host a pancake...

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6th Annual Well Worth It Drive-Thru BBQ a HUGE Success!


This year’s Well Worth It Drive-Thru BBQ fundraiser was a watershed event for a number of reasons. More dinners were sold than ever before: 406. For the first time ever, Well Worth It sold out of dinners. And, the best part? More than $11,000 was raised, the largest amount during one fundraising effort than ever before. “I am just so...

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Well Worth It’s Newest Corporate Sponsor


June 8, 2016 Cannon’s Well Worth It Campaign welcomes a new corporate sponsor: Enterprise! The Enterprise Holdings Foundation has generously donated $1,500 to fund clean water projects in developing countries. Representatives from Enterprise delivered the check to Cannon’s offices June 6th and we couldn’t be more excited to announce this amazing addition to our group of sponsors. There to present...

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Rummage for Water!


Saturday, May 21, 2016 Cannon team members cleaned out their garages, closets, and attics to donate goods in support of Cannon’s Well Worth It Campaign. Members from the local community came out in droves scooping up deals and helping fund a great cause. After all of the dust settled, the final sales total came out to a little over $650. A...

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Running For Fun and For Water


May 1, 2016 – Thousands of runners filled the streets of San Luis Obispo, CA. in the early morning hours of May 1st for the SLO Marathon + Half. Several of those runners were some of Cannon’s very own running as the Well Worth It Team. “The SLO Marathon is such a great community event,” said Liz Moody, Cannon’s Marketing Director....

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Well Worth It has big goals for 2016!


This year marks Cannon’s 40th anniversary! To celebrate, Cannon aims to raise $100,000 for its Well Worth It Campaign. Well Worth It is a charity campaign that has been an integral part of Cannon company culture since 2010. All of the funds raised for Well Worth It go to fund the construction of wells in developing countries in an effort...

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