Hawaiian Water Company Launches Social Media Giveaway

The Hawaiian bottled water company ,Waiakea water has come out with a social media giveway. It is called the #FollowYourFlow contest. The contest will give one lucky winner the chance to travel to Hawaii and spend up to four days there while being given access to special events.

Waiakea springs is teaming up with with airfare company, Skyscanner who will provide up to $1000 in airfare credit for the contest winner to get to Hawaii and back home.

The water company sponsoring the event, Waiakea water says that its contest is all about promoting a balanced and healthy lifestyle. Its electrolyte rich and and naturally alkaline PH sourced volcanic water does just that to our bodies when we consume it. Learn more about Waiakea water: https://gust.com/companies/waiakea

In addition to getting up to $1000 in round trip airfare credits, the winner of the #FollowYourFlow social media contest will get access to the four day Wanderlust Yoga Festival in Hawaii. The festival will run from February the 23rd until February the 26th.

This one a kind yoga festival features some of the top yoga instructors from around the world, plenty of meditation, entertainment such as music, outdoor events such as hiking and fresh local cuisine of the Hawaiian nature.

One yogi, who is a yoga guru, named Kameron Waters, says he is honored to work with Waiakea and its #FollowYourFlow social media contest. He says that to him following his flow means a complete dedication and ideal performance in whatever your doing. The fact that Waiakea water is promoting the art of yoga and people achieving their balance in life is very positive and he is happy to be part of it.

The #FollowYourFlow contest is open to both customers of Waiakea and Skyscanner. Participants are only required to submit their name, birthrate and email address. The contest ends on January the 31st and the winner will be announced on the first day of February.

Waiakea water is a bottled water company that is sourced from volcanoes on the islands of Hawaii. The water is one of the few waters on Earth that are naturally alkaline in nature and contain electrolytes or minerals that are essential to good health.

Waiakea uses renewable energy and recycled packaging to minimize its environmental footprint.