"She came on site and she contacted us and interviewed customers," Elder explained.
She said her company is doing its part to ensure the significance of mineral water in this community will be preserved for future generations.
"We're gearing up for another good year and this summer we should have new product offerings," she said.
She presented a glimpse into the company's future during a recent Kiwanis Club meeting.
Plans include expansion of the mineral bath service introduced late last year by making use of a rock house adjacent to the company's N.W. 6th Street headquarters.
She said she would like to transform the structure into a mineral bath house offering massages and other services with the possibility of including guest accommodations.
Additionally, Elder showed the group updated labels for Crazy Water, which are already featured on half-liter bottles.
The nationwide press, in concert with being featured on a recent episode of The Travel Channel's "Ghost Adventures," has resulted in a spike in the unique product's brand recognition and customer demand, she concluded.