#FollowYourFlow Social Media Contest by Waiakea and Skyscanner

On mid-January, Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic water announced a social media contest, #FollowYourFlow in conjunction with Skyscanner. The contest is a way of the water company to give one winner an opportunity to experience the beauty of Hawaii during the Wanderlust Yoga Festival.

Contest Deal

The contest, which ran from 31st January and winner announced on 1st February, was planned by Waiakea water as a way maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle with their naturally electrolyzed and alkaline rich Hawaiian volcanic water. The winner of winner received a trip around to Oahu provided by Skyscanner who had given a $1,000 airfare ticket.

In addition to the air trip, the winner also got a chance to attend the Wanderlust Yoga Festivals which took place between 23rd and 26th February. The annual festivals feature renowned world-class yoga instructors, live music, meditation, guided outdoor adventures, and plenty of sustainable local dishes.

Contestants simply needed to follow the social media contest page and submit their name, email, and birthdate. Providing the details unlocked additional ways of increasing the chances of winning. Learn more about Waiakea water: http://www.grubstreet.com/2017/01/whats-the-best-bottled-water.html?mid=twitter_grubst

Meaning of the Contest

According to Kameron Waters, a social media influencer and yogi expert, working with Waiakea and Skyscanner was an honor. He interpreted the “flow” in the contest name as an effortless and timeless state of mind which gives optimum performance and complete absorption, also known as “the zone.” He saw the synergy between the yoga community and Waiakea as a way of enhancing that flow which made him more excited.

About Waiakea Hawaiian Volcanic Water

Organic Authority said that the Waiakea water Company gets its water from one of the world’s sources of purest water, the Hawaiian volcanic and it is passed through thousands of feet of porous rock where it accumulates healthy minerals and alkaline.

The water ends in Waiakea springs where the world’s sweetest water, rich in natural alkaline and electrolyte rich water is packed and branded.

Waiakea water is environmental conservative in addition to being philanthropic. With that said, five percent of the company’s revenues goes to helping local community projects and non-profitable organizations among them Kupu, Kamaha Initiative, and INPEACE. Most of these projects are supporters of education and environment.