Waiakea Water’s Social Media Followers Get a Free Ticket to Wanderlust Yoga Festival

In January 2017, Waiakea Water gave its social media followers a rare opportunity to attend a fully paid Wanderlust Yoga Festival. One lucky follower would get the chance to have a mind-blowing experience to enjoy the Hawaiian beauty and attend the Wanderlust Yoga Festival, which would take place from 23rd-26th February.

The Wanderlust Yoga Festival was expected to feature live music, sustainable and local food, guided outdoor ventures, meditation, and globally recognized yoga instructors. Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Manufacturers/Meet-the-entrepreneur-behind-Waiakea-Hawaiian-volcanic-water

The platform named #FollowYourFlow contest would give the winner a round-trip flight to Oahu and get a free airfare of $1,000 from Skyscanner. The competition was driven by the firm’s commitment to ensuring that they serve their clients with electrolyte-rich, balanced products and ensure healthy lifestyles.

The contest, which ended on January 31st, was well received by the yoga community. According to one of the prominent yogi and social media influencer, such an initiative brings synergy between the yoga community and Waiakea water.

About Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water

According to Global News Wire, Waiakea water is one of the best-bottled water in the United States. In 2017, it was ranked as the best water brands by the 10 Best Water. The water originates from rain and snow melt on the Big Island’s Mauna Loa Volcano.

The water then undergoes a 14,0000ft of natural filtration through porous volcanic rocks. The filtration process produces naturally alkaline, electrolyte-rich and delicious water. The firm was founded in 2012, and in less than three years, the company’s revenue had grown by 4000%.

PR News Wire believes that the Waiakea Springs product is globally known for its sustainable and environmentally friendly packaging. It is sourced from an aquifer with a recharge rate of 1.4 billion gallons. Moreover, 33% of the energy used during packaging is renewable.

The packaging is made with 100% recycled polyethylene materials, which consume 85% less energy as compared to other bottlers. The manufacturing process is green and reduces carbon emissions by over 90% compared to other beverage companies.

Waiakea water is also involved in charitable causes. For every bottle of water sold, the firm donates 65ml of clean water to disadvantaged communities. To date over 1.35 million impoverished people have benefited with more than 500 million liters of water.