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Friday, May 20, 2016

Zero Water Giveaway

Do you filter your water? Have you thought about it more since things got worse in Flint, MI? Here's your chance to win something to take care of that. Open through 6/1 to Continental US residents. Good luck.
Hosted by:
A Lucky Ladybug
and 
Make Our Own Network

Most Americans are aware of the fact that there are dangerous levels of lead in the drinking water in Flint, Michigan. What they aren’t aware of is the fact that a similar issue could be affecting them too – maybe right in their own backyards!

The ZeroWater® Pitcher and filters are certified by NSF International.
ZeroWater removes 99.63% of all total dissolved solids based on EPA certified lab tests, measuring 000 ppm on a digital water meter.

This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on June 1st, 2016.  Good Luck!!
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8 comments:

  1. This is a much better water filter system than what I have. Our water tastes awful which can make it hard to get our water in for the day. I always worry about what we're putting into our kids.

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  2. I have extreme allergies to a lot of different particles and this would enable me to make sure that the water that my family and I drink is clean.

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  3. We have an old house with old plumbing and I worry about what might be getting into our water from the pipes.

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  4. This would be better than filter fridge water.

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  5. I understand this would be great for serving clean & fresh water at all times ..So for that reason I know I want it.

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  6. My son has a germ phobia so we have to filter all water or he will not eat or drink anything water touches. It just tastes better so no one else has a problem with using filtered water either.

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  7. I am a stickler for good, fresh drinking water, filtered of chemicals and additives. Would love to win this.

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  8. I try to drink a lot of water. I am in cancer remission and want to make sure the water that I drink is as clean as possible. Thank you!

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