Trump 2020 water proves to be hot item among Villagers for Trump members

Members of Villagers for Trump have found a new and refreshing way to show their support for the president.

The group, which boasts more about 1,700 members and clearly has become the choice among area Republicans, is now selling cases of Trump 2020 collectors’ edition spring water.

Denise Neal and Edwin Cash, who serve on the marketing and merchandising team for Villagers for Trump, received the first shipment of Trump 2020 water on Thursday from Chip Yonge, president of Orange Springs in Marion County. A short time later, Tony and Debbie Garcia, of the Village of Mallory Square, became the first Villages couple to pick up their case of water.

The bottles pay tribute to the president and his upcoming re-election campaign. Those wishing to purchase the water can do so by making a $25 donation at any of the monthly club rallies. Click HERE to see a list of upcoming meetings and where they’ll be held.

Denise Neal and Edwin Cash, who serve on the marketing and merchandising team for Villagers for Trump, received the first 36 cases of Trump 2020 water this past week. They said the first shipment sold out quickly and has generated additional orders. And they said more cases are being produced and should arrive soon.

The design for Trump 2020 water features blue bottles with red caps and American Flags. Trump 2020 appears on one side of the white bottle wrapper and the Villagers for Trump logo is on the other side.

“I’m very excited about this Trump water project,” Cash said. “It’s important as an outreach to new members. It shows the Villagers for Trump website so they can learn about the accomplishments of President Trump and connect with Villagers for Trump and share their enthusiasm.”

The design for Trump 2020 water features blue bottles with red caps and American Flags. Trump 2020 appears on one side of the white bottle wrapper and the Villagers for Trump logo is on the other side.

The water comes from Orange Springs in Marion County and the company’s president, Chip Yonge, personally delivered the first shipment. Henrietta Amey, of the Village of Caroline, received the first case. And Tony and Debbie Garcia, of the Village of Mallory Square, were the first Villages couple to receive the water.

“We loved it,” Tony said during a rally at a busy intersection Friday morning in Wildwood. “We have given some of it to our friends and let them to know to drink it because it’s going to be healthy, pure water.”

Villagers for Trump members Edwin Cash and Denise Neal personally delivered the first case of Trump 2020 water to Henrietta Amey, of the Village of Caroline.

Neal said she was thrilled to see the reactions of Villagers for Trump members when they received their Trump 2020 water bottles.

“I could not believe how eager the members were to pick up their orders,” she said. “I believe they feel it is a unique way to share support for President Trump with their friends and neighbors.”

Cash agreed.

“The reactions from people are fantastic,” he said. “They can’t wait to get them and are eager to share with friends. We’re really excited and hope it gets the attention of President Trump.”