PR News Wire says that Waiakea Water offered its social media followers a chance to participate in the Wanderlust Yoga Festival to enjoy a life-changing experience via its #FollowYourFlow contest campaign. The participants received a flight trip to Oahu accompanied with the compliments of Skyscanner, who gave them free airfare worth $1,000. This competition was driven by Waiakea Water’s mission of providing a healthy and balanced lifestyle through its electrolyte-rich Hawaiian volcanic water.
The Wanderlust Yoga Festival was scheduled to take place on February 23rd to 26th 2017, and it featured various activities, including live music, class yoga instructors, guided outdoor adventures, and sustainable local delicacies. According to Kameron Waters, working in collaboration with Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water and the Skyscanner for the #FollowYourFlow campaign was a great honor for him.
He further elaborated that this campaign created a state of complete optimum and absorption in the performance known as the zone. Skyscanner and Waiakea followers were required to submit their email, name, and birth-date on the contest page to enter and increase their chances of winning the trip to Oahu.
About Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water
Waiakea water was set up in 2012, and it is the first premium volcanic water of its kind in Hawaii. The founder of this brand, Ryan Emmons, decided to form this company upon realizing that Hawaii has some of the finest pure and naturally healthy water. Waiakea water originates from rain and snowmelt of active Mauna Loa Volcano.
This water is then filtered through porous rocks before emerging at the local water source. Waiakea bottled water has a pH of 7.8-8.8, which makes it naturally alkaline. This brand has been mistaken for spring water due to its domain name by several media platforms.
In a 2016 press release, Emmons emphasized that Waiakea Springs is just a name for its subsidiary, but it is not a spring water as most people think. Waiakea Hawaiian water has been involved in various philanthropic activities across the globe. Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.aquagrade.com/bottle/waiakea-hawaiian-volcanic-water/
This company partners with Pump Aid to donate clean water to impoverished communities in rural parts of Africa. This charity organization has given fresh water to over 1.35 million people in the last couple of years.