25 October 2013

BOO! WAT-AAH! Halloween Giveaway!


Of all the products I've reviewed here over the years, WAT-AAH is one of my all time favorites. Getting my kids to drink more water is a big issue for me and WAT-AAH helps make it a little less challenging. The bottles are bright and colorful, great for getting kids' attention. It's been a long time since we first tried WAT-AAH, but I know the taste was a huge hit with my crew. WAT-AAH has rolled out something special just in time for Halloween. Check out WAT-AAH Boo and CEO Rose Cameron’s new blog, www.HealthisCool.org.

WAT-AAH!, a brand of functional water for kids and teens, unveils "WAT-AAH! BOO", a limited edition bottle to celebrate Halloween and to promote healthy hydration in support of the Partnership For A Healthier America's (PHA) initiative, whose honorary chair is the First Lady Michelle Obama. On the label, the brand's familiar character, the WAT-AAH! Boy, is portrayed mysteriously in silhouette and screaming, "BOO!" to surprise its audience. He is surrounded by familiar Halloween imagery such as a witch, ghost, haunted house, pumpkin and full moon, each drawn using simple graphic lines. In the spirit of the holiday, a fun and unexpected treatment of PHA's "Drink Up" logo is also featured; it defines the body of a black spider crawling up the web, which serves as a background for the entire scene.

How would you like to win some awesome WAT-AAH for your family! One lucky reader will win a Halloween prize pack fro the great folks at WAT-AAH! The prize packs will include WAT-AAH! bottles, t-shirts, sweatshirts, stickers and more. This is a quick giveaway so your prize will arrive by Halloween! Enter using Rafflecopter below. Winner will be notified by email and will have twelve hours to respond before another winner is selected. Good luck!




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13 comments:

Lenore Webb said...

No Sodas In Happy Meal

Anonymous said...

they do not serve soda with theur kids meals

tiffany lane
mckenziesmom1@hotmail.com

slb3334 said...

there is an article about fighting childhood obesity.

Shani F. said...

I learned that a mother started the company who created Wat-ahh to help combat childhood obesity.

Kate Newton said...

I liked the information about sodas in kids meals.

coriwestphal said...

I learned they are now creating inside workout equipment for kids! What a great idea!

coriwestphal at msn dot com

bmkaplan said...

Fighting childhood obesity was a theme at the Songs For A Healthier America album release event.

Jordan James said...

There are indoor exercise equipment for children!

Felicia said...

childhood obesity

Debra said...

Hip hop icons come together in the fight to end childhood obesity

freddie said...

I learned that overweight children lead to overweight adults in more than 40% of cases and that number increases to over 70% in overweight teenagers. dwelchert at yahoo dot com

Tanya White said...

There is a article about LeBron James And Others, Stop Selling Junk

laurasloves said...

I learned that many of McDonalds products still have a high sodium count.
Laurie Emerson
lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com