Brent Jones, who is the assemblyman for Nevada District 35, is also the President of Affinitylifestyles.com, Inc, which is also known as Real Water, has had a lawsuit filed against his company. On May 4, 2016, he responded to the accusations that were published in the ‘Las Vegas Review-Journal’ the previous day.
Jones’ campaign staff reached out to The Public Slate to make a statement and clarify the facts surrounding the termination of Grecia Echevarria-Hernandez from her position as a merchandiser for Real Water.
A lawsuit was filed with the Nevada District Court on April 26, 2016, naming Affinitylifestyles.com, Inc, doing business as (dba) Real Alkalized Water. The case also named Does I-X and others.
In response to this and other attacks on his strong and public stance against the Commerce Tax and Common Core and the Nevada Governor’s policies, Jones stated: “I’m not at all surprised that 3 weeks outside of an election that the Governor and his pro-tax cartel are again trying to take me down using the corrupt media.
They have tried over and over but the people stand with me and I stand with them. The Governor and his Establishment politicians have betrayed the people who trusted them. I will continue to fight for the people, small business owners, against taxes, against Common Core. It’s time we take on the Establishment head on! And I have no problem leading the charge!”
This is an ongoing story. The Public Slate will continue to update as more details become available.
By Cathy Milne
Las Vegas Review-Journal: Ex-employee accuses Las Vegas water bottling company of religious discrimination
Case Filing: U.S. District Court; District of Nevada Case 2:16-cv-00943-GMN-VCF Document 1 Filed 04/26/2016
Phone Interview: Laurel Fee; Brent Jones Campaign Manager
Image Courtesy of Real Water – Used With Permission