LifeStraw® Go Water Filter Water Bottle - A GiveAway!

Monday, October 27, 2014



One of the obsessions in our house, is water bottles.

We have them in every shape, size, and color you can imagine.

Not only do we use them daily at home, at work and at school
 (I love love love that our kiddos' school encourages each child to bring a bottle of water every day 
and keep it with them while they learn...)

We also send a water bottle every day with our kids to Camp in the summer.
The kids are outside all day, every day, hiking, swimming, canoeing, building, crafting, archery-ing and more!

The fresh bottle of water from home only lasts so long, especially when the temps are hot..
And the kids have access & opportunity to fill their water bottles, from a well.

While they assure us the water is 'clean' and safe to drink...
Looking at it would tell a different story.

Time and time again, I have asked my kids...
WHAT IS IN THIS WATER BOTTLE - thinking they pulled it directly from the lake, to catch tadpoles or something! Nope...'Well Water!' they tell me!

BLECK!
So...we've resorted to packing multiple bottles of water for each kiddo, so they can grab a fresh one from home when they run out - not always ideal, and not terribly 'fair' - when others are refilling from the well...but, hey...I wouldn't drink it either!

When we were contacted to see if we were interested in hearing more about  LifeStraw® Go 
I KNEW this would be a great fit for our family!

I only wish it were Summer Camp Season so we had a better opportunity to test this out!
We are giving it a shot at home, because our city water is questionable as well...despite what public officials say...but I KNOW this will be amazing for Summer Camp days and our family camping outings!


·         LifeStraw® Go converts microbiologically contaminated water into safe drinking water, removing 99.9999%.
·         The durable, lightweight bottle is ideal for a variety of users outside of the home, including hikers, runners and campers, and for everyday consumer use.



‘Follow the Liters’ Program:
·         LifeStraw®’s  ’Follow the Liters’ cause marketing campaign harnesses the collaborative power of individuals to help solve one of the world’s most pressing issues – lack of access to safe drinking water for people in developing countries.
·         Under the ’Follow the Liters’ campaign,  when a consumer purchases any LifeStraw® water filter, a portion of the funds are used to provide one school child in Africa with safe drinking water for an entire school year.

Vestergaard:
·         LifeStraw® is manufactured by Vestergaard a Swiss-based global company dedicated to improving the health of disadvantaged people with game-changing solutions that fight malaria, HIV/AIDS, diarrheal disease and neglected tropical diseases.
·         The company is the largest producer of long-lasting insecticidal bed nets that prevent malaria under the PermaNet® brand, and its award-winning LifeStraw® water filters have been designed for individual, family and community uses.


I have a second LifeStraw® Go to give away!

Who would love to win one?
Simply enter your name in the Rafflecopter below, and stay tuned for the winner, to be drawn on Monday, November 3rd!




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50 comments:

downtownjeff said...

We have a kid or two and each one has a water bottle they take to school. I think it would be great to give this a shot. Only which kid do I give it to??

Danie Romrell said...

I would bring this to work and I would also bring it hiking.

KJ Skib said...

Work. I am a PE teacher who is constantly drinking water.

Jen said...

I would take it to the school I volunteer at...my water always goes missing

Donna said...

This would be great for the kids to use at soccer practice and games.

Rose said...

CONNIE SOWARDS commenting: I would use it on my runs/walks.

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allyson tice said...

i would put iced tea in mine

allyson tice
sunflowerally22@aim.com

Em Mahr said...

I'd use it at work

Anonymous said...

Use it while I run on the treadmill

Rachel said...

I would use the water bottle at work and when I go to the gym.

Sara S said...

sara.drexler(at)mail.northcentral.edu

This would be great to have camping :)

beth said...

I would take it to work with me.

David Fultner said...

I would put it in mt emergence kit.

corey1971 said...

I would use it on our family walks. (CoreyOlomon at gmail dot com)

Judy said...

I would put it in our emergency prep supply- or use it when hiking!

Gail Williams said...

I would use this camping and also in my emergency bag.

mon said...

I would use this camping!

Marilyn said...

I would use it at home instead of buying bottled water. I have well water that I don't like the taste of so I buy bottled water for drinking. Think this would make my water taste better.

T Bailey said...

Just about everywhere - scouting with boy child and girl child, marching band and track meets, oh, and a LONG commute every day....

Sonia Mishra said...

When I'm out and about or even at home on a busy day. I have to drink a lot of water.

Shannon F said...

I'd use it when I run errands, go camping, or go on roadtrips!

Audra said...

I would use it at work

Pam OLeary said...

I woud give it to my son, he works outside alot and needs something like this.

Nancy Loring said...

I live in northern New Hampshire and I like to hike a lot. Having this water bottle will save me space and weight while I am hiking. I can just refill in one of the many brooks and streams instead of having to carry a lot of water with me.

Kortney Lah said...

I would take it with me to my sister's cheer leading competitions!

Helga said...

I would use it for my hiking trips with the dogs.

Amber said...

Everywhere mostly racetrack and walking

Diane Cooper said...

I always carry water with me in my car so I would take it with me everywhere I go.

annabee818 said...

I would use it at work at my desk!

Carly D.

Derrick Todd said...

Everywhere! This would be great to take with me in the car.

[Whatever U are, be a good one!] said...

Awesome product that can be used to save life! I would bring it when I go work and travel!
Thank You for the great giveaway

Fiona N

Amy Tebow said...

I would use it for the Boy Scout camp outs I attend with my son!

megan tilley said...

I would use it all the time, as I am breastfeeding and need water constantly!

Nancy said...

We would use this bottle as part of our daily routine as well as when we travel.

Nancy
allibrary (at) aol (dot) com

jodi reese said...

I would put it with our camping and hiking stuff

Diana said...

I would love to use while hiking
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Darlene said...

This would work good at work.

Mandy Kauffman said...

I would keep this at work. Bigger bottle means less trips to the water cooler! Thanks for the giveaway! :)

kmcgrew213 said...

i'd take it to work and on my volunteering at a therapeutic horse camp!

lynz said...

I would take it to the gym!

Angela snoozy said...

I would take it to the gym when I workout!

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Dawn Schultz said...

This would be great to bring to work.

Ashley P said...

I would use it for hikes and at the park.

DH Jax said...

My step daughter would use it at school......they actually had turned off several water fountains because of old pipes and stuff in them? But they turned them back on a couple weeks later saying they had been fixed though nothing obvious was done? Who knows,.,,lol....my step daughter would love to have one of these bottles to use at school.....thanks for th Chsnce to win. Love water bottles and these look really nice. I completely agree with not drinking that well water,,,,I wouldn't either

lisa neutel said...

This would be great for work..thanks for the chance

Anonymous said...

i would give it to my niece to have school, because she needs one that works.
sonflower277 at gmail dot com

mtbears819 said...

in my bug out bag

Jessica Whitehouse said...

This would go into our emergency kit, s we could have clean drinking water if we need it.

Susan DeVaux said...

I would use this hiking

Sue Hull said...

Id use it when Im out running errands and at home. Thank you for the chance :)
sue-hull64(at)comcast(dot)net

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