Easter is a special holiday for many people. Around the country, millions will celebrate in their own unique way. This year, we want to know how you celebrate Easter. Send in your Easter photo to firstname.lastname@example.org. You can send in a photo of you (or family member) in your Easter outfit, a photo of your Easter eggs, or anything else that is Easter related. The photo with the most “Likes” by the end of the contest wins an8-Cup Filtrete Clear Water Filtration Pitcher and a 4-Bottle Filtrete Water Bottle Station.
To enter the contest:
Email your best Easter photo directly to email@example.com and we will post the photo up to our “Best Easter Photo Competition” photo album located in “Photos” (located directly under the cover photo)
Tell your friends to “Like” our Facebook page and to “Like” your photo
After your photo is posted, people will vote for their favorite by “liking” the photo
The contest ends Thursday April 12 at 3:00PM EST
The winner of the contest receives an8-Cup Filtrete Clear Water Filtration Pitcher and a 4-Bottle Filtrete Water Bottle Station.
The 4-Bottle Filtrete Water Bottle Station allows you to filter and bottle your own water. Fill the Filtrete Water Station with water from your sink, and the Fast Flow Filter reduces sediment and the taste and odor of chlorine from your water. In just seconds, this four bottle water filter system will fill your reusable water bottles with clean, filtered water.
Voting and submission begins Friday April 6 and ends on Thursday April 12 at 3:00PM EST. The photo with the most “Likes” by the end of the contest wins!
In the event of a tie, a winner will be randomly selected. The winner of the contest has one week to claim their prize. Please be sure to post only your own photos.
Despite the many studies and reports exposing bottled water as nothing more than tap water, one man is proving that our country might not be ready to tap out just yet: even when the water is blatantly marketed as tap water.
The Los Angeles Times recently reported on Craig Zucker, the founder of a new bottled water called Tap’d NY. As the name suggests, Tap’d NY takes as its source the same reservoirs and lakes that provide New York City with its tap water. The only real difference between the two? Price, of course, and one well marketed bottle.
A quick glance tells you this isn’t your parents’ bottled water. Rather than spell out the unnecessarily long word “Tapped,” the company has chosen to eschew needless letters in favor of a simple apostrophe. It’s a testament to the widely known fact that alternative spellings or abbreviated words just sell better.
The label also touts that “No glaciers were harmed in making this water.”
To be fair, some of the nation’s finest tap water does flow through New York City’s faucets. But that begs the question–why would anyone buy Tap’d NY if they can get the very same water in their own home? A BPA-free plastic bottle or glass decanter allows you to take this water wherever you go.
If you live in an area with off-tasting tap water, there’s a solution for that, too. You can filter the impurities from your tap water with any number of filtration systems, depending on the quality of your water. Our Brita pitcher systems, for example, are a great way to rid your water of the taste and odor of chlorine, as well as other contaminants.
The end result is water that often tastes better and is more healthy than its bottled counterpart, not to mention at a fraction of the cost. Better still, you won’t be contributing to the millions of bottles that go unrecycled every year. You know, so you don’t harm any glaciers while making your water.