Waiakea Water has launched a contest on social media called #FollowYourFlow. The winner of the contest will receive a round-trip ticket to Oahu, Hawaii, and a 4-day ticket to the Wanderlust Yoga Festival. The social media contest is being run in partnership with Skyscanner.
The round-trip ticket is being provided by Skyscanner and includes up to $1000 in free airfare. Waiakea is a brand of water that is rich in minerals and electrolytes that is naturally alkaline as it is sourced from water that has flown through volcanic rock. The healthy and balanced lifestyle that Waiakea water helps provide its customers is what inspired the contest.
The Wanderlust Yoga Festival runs from February 23rd-26th 2017. The festival will feature world-class yoga instructors and meditation experts. There will also be live music, local and sustainable food on hand, and guided outdoor trips. Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.foodnavigator-usa.com/Manufacturers/Meet-the-entrepreneur-behind-Waiakea-Hawaiian-volcanic-water
Kameron Waters is a renowned yogi who is also active on social media. He said that it is his pleasure to be associated with Skyscanner and Waiakea water Hawaiian Volcanic Water and their sponsorship of the contest. He continued saying that #FollowYourFlow means to him an effortless and timeless state of being, or also known as being “in the zone”. He is excited to be part of the contest.
Entering the contest is easy. To enter, just go to the contest page where you enter your name, birthdate, and email address. The contest runs through January 31st and the winner will be announced on February 1st.
Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water comes from water and snow that collects on top of the Big Island’s Mauna Loa Volcano. As the water flows down through the mountain it picks up minerals and electrolytes. The water is then collected from Waiakea springs that are completely sustainable.
In addition to supplying healthy water, all Waiakea water packaging is made from 100% recyclables. Waiakea also donates 5% of the company’s profits to social causes. These social causes include The Kama’aha Initiative, Kupu, and INPEACE. These three nonprofits support local community programs in Hawaii as well as providing educational opportunities and environmental stewardship programs.