Following Waiakea Water in social media pays. In January this year, the bottled water company announced that it would sponsor one of its social media followers for the Wanderlust Yoga Festival. This sponsorship was in line with the company’s commitment to ensuring healthy living among its clients.
Waiakea Water has a reputation for producing water with the right minerals, such as potassium, magnesium, and calcium, for healthy lifestyles. In order to join the contest, one was required to submit their personal details to the company’s contest page, #FollowYourFlow that was to run until the end of January. The winner was to be announced at the beginning of February. Learn more about Waiakea water: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fKXsPKGtL_I
The lucky winner was to be accorded the opportunity to experience a once in a lifetime experience at the event that went down in Hawaii from 23rd February to 26th February. At the event, the winner would get a chance to meet and interact with renowned Yoga instructors as well as to enjoy live music and guided adventure. That was not all. The winner was also to be given an air trip around Oahu courtesy of Skyscanner Ltd.
Commenting on the issue, a prominent Yogi by the name of Kameron expressed his delight for the partnership between the Yoga enthusiasts, Waiakea Water, and Skyscanner Ltd. According to Kameron, who is also a force to reckon in social media, the partnership between the three entities was timeless and effortless. Kameron took pride in being a member of the Yoga community and the partnership as well.
Waiakea Water originates from the Mauna Loa Volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii. The water is molten ice that is naturally filtered by a mammoth but porous volcanic rock, giving it an alkaline PH of between 7 and 9. The water is also electrolyte by nature, adding a delicious taste to it. Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water is certified carbonneutral®.
Waiakea Springs is respected for its involvement in philanthropy. For every liter sold, the company partners with Pump Aid to supply clean water for a whole month to needy Malawians. The company also allocates 5 percent of its revenue to community empowerment programs, such as Kama’aha Initiative and Kupu.