One lucky follower on social media for Waiakea Water is going to receive the opportunity of a lifetime – to be able to enjoy the beauty of Hawaii at the Wanderlust Yoga Festival.
The winner of the contest is going to get a roundtrip flight to the island of Oahu, up to $1,000. This competition was brought about because of Waiakea’s commitment to living a balanced and healthy lifestyle with their volcanic water that is naturally rich in electrolytes and alkaline.
This festival occurs during February 23rd-26th. The Wanderlust Yoga Festival contains world-class yoga instructors, live music, meditation, outdoor adventures that are guided and amazing local food.
For those that are interested in a submission to this contest can do so by entering their name, email and their birthdate on the contest page.
Waiakea Water is filtered through multiple thousands of feet of volcanic rock in Waiakea springs. This produces one of the best tasting and naturally alkaline and electrolyte rich waters that occurs in the world.
About 5% of their revenue is put towards nonprofits and local community programs that foster environmental stewardship as well as education. Some of the programs that are supported by this company are The Kama’aha, INPEACE, Initiative and Kupu.
For every liter of Waikea Hawaiian Volcanic Water that is bought, they also will donate 1 month of clean water to those in need in Malawi. Learn more about Waiakea water: https://globenewswire.com/news-release/2015/10/27/780527/10154219/en/Waiakea-Hawaiian-Volcanic-Water-Sees-a-5-000-Percent-Growth-in-Just-Three-Years.html
This is done through the clean water project that is in partnership with a group known as Pump Aid. If all of that isn’t good enough, Waiakea is also the first bottled water in the United States that is certified CarbonNeutral.
They also make sure to only use bottles that are 100% RPET, which leave a 90% smaller carbon footprint than the competitor’s bottles. Waiakea water also makes sure to use low emission shipping and they continue to actively participate in the regional reforestation.