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Tuesday, March 16, 2010

WAT-AAH Review and Giveaway! -- CLOSED



Hi guys so my next review and giveaway is for WAT-AHH. I received a 4-pack of WAT-AHH with different flavors, some stickers, temporary tattoos, and a cool cup. Check it out:



Their different flavors are:
Bones: Ultra pure water with magnesium
Brains: Ultra pure water with electrolytes
Body: Ultra pure water
Energy: Ultra pure water with oxygen

WAT-AHH is a great product because it’s basically it is targeted to kids to make them choose water instead of sugary, fattening drinks. The entire mission of WAT-AHH is to prevent obesity in children. Living in the US, I think that’s a great idea because it is one of the fattest countries in the world (not the fattest, but #9 on the fattest countries list according to a study done by the World Health Organization, yup I researched this, Nauru is #1).

I thought the whole style of the bottle was really fun and eye-catching for kids. It’s not just a boring Aquafina bottle or Poland Spring, it’s got a different shape and the colors used to write WA-TAAH is eye catching, I feel like kids would think this whole style is very hip and cool looking.

I also like the little additions to create flavors. I wouldn’t say they’re flavors though because they all taste like delicious water, but they’re like “boosts” in Jamba Juice you know? Jamba Juice has energy and immunity boosts and WAT-AHH has bones, brains, body, and energy boosts. Just little additions of oxygen and electrolytes and magnesium can help you feel a lot better! These boosts are great for kids in school too, Brains to wake up their brains if they have a big test, Energy if they’re tired and don’t want to fall asleep in class haha, stuff like that.

I know if I was a kid I would definitely drink these. Heck I’m still in college so I’m still kind of a kid and I’ll definitely pick one of these up when I see them. It’s also great because it’s water with a cause. It’s not just a company pumping out bottles of water for profit they want to stop obesity in children and this is a great way of doing it.

Buy It! Head on over to the WAT-AHH website and click on the “Where to get WAT-AAH” tab, click your state and you’ll find a bunch of stores. Or you can always order them off Amazon.com. Try your local Whole Foods store too, they seem to stock a lot of them there.

Win It! ONE winner will receive a mixed case of WAT-AHH website along with a bunch of WAT-AAH goodies (pencils, erasers, stickers, etc.)

1. Visit the WAT-AHH website and tell me a cool fact you learned. Please answer this question or else your comment will not count! You must do this first or future entries will not be counted. (1 entry)

BONUS ENTRIES

2. Enter WAT-AAH’s “blame-sug-aah contest” by submitting a photo to win a pair of WAT-AAH shoes. (1 entry)

3. Follow WAT-AAH on twitter. (1 entry)

4. Follow WAT-AAH’s blog. (1 entry)

5. Become a fan of WAT-AAH on facebook. (1 entry)

6. Subscribe to starIMPULSE by Email and Confirm that Subscription (1 entry)

7. Follow StarIMPULSE on Blogger. (1 entry)

8. Follow me on Twitter. (1 entry)

9. Tweet about this giveaway and send me a direct link to that tweet, you can do this once a day. (1 entry per day)

10. Subscribe to my YouTube channel. (1 entry)

11. Add my StarIMPULSE button to your sidebar and send me think link to your blog so I can see it. (2 entries)

ONE winner will be chosen on March 30, 2010 at 9:00pm (EST) and then will be emailed.

Alternate winners will be chosen if winner does not respond after 48 hours. This contest is only open to people in the contiguous 48 states. Thank you and good luck!



Disclaimer-
I was provided a product in exchange for my review.
You can read more about my blog policies in my disclaimer.

IF YOU DO NOT CORRECTLY ANSWER MY CONTEST QUESTION, YOUR COMMENT WILL BE IMMEDIATELY REJECTED.

66 comments:

  1. I learned that the number of obese children has tripled in the last 20 years, yikes!

    leenburke@yahoo.com

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  2. I entered the "blame it on the sugahhh" contest
    leenburke@yahoo.com

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  3. Thanks Kelly for the great review!

    We feature you in our blog!

    http://wat-aah.blogspot.com/2010/03/college-students-drink-wat-aah.html

    Check it out!

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  4. I learned that since 2007 the number of drinks targeted at kids that were water based still contained sugars & colors

    tbarrettno1 at gmail dot com

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  5. email subscriber

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  6. google follower

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  7. twitter follower (chelleb36)

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  8. wat-aah fb fan (michelle b)

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  9. follow wat-aah on twitter (chelleb36)

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  10. wat-aah google follower

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  11. tweeted http://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/10866980632

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  12. tweet http://twitter.com/ChelleB36/status/10974501440

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  13. I learned that it’s a proven fact too much sugar creates extreme reactions in kids' moods and
    energy levels.

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  14. I am following wat-aah on twitter @avrilsgranny

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  15. I am following wat-aah blog on google connect

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  16. I am an email subscriber to your blog

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  17. I follow you on twitter @avrilsgranny

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  18. I learned their site is very original and loved the whole upbeat vibe and animations. Besides that there's no "suga" in their drinks!!

    mckelly74 at gmail dot com

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  19. I learned in the WAT-AAH! CHALLENGE!, kids are choosing WAT-AA! over soda and juice.

    chipdip2010(at)hotmail(dot)com

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  20. I'm a fb fan of WAT-AAH! - Jill L

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  21. Follow through GFC - Chip

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  22. It was created by moms and their kids helped them design the bottles.

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  23. I learned that for the past three years, childhood obesity is the #1 health risk for kids. Even more than drugs. Thanks.

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  24. I'm following Wat-aah on twitter.

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  25. This was created by mothers and their children helped design the bottles!

    edgenemmers@gmail.com

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  26. The product was created by moms to help their own children get enough hydration.

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  27. I learned that the number of obese children had tripled in 20 years due to chidren eating junk and drinking sugar beverages like soda.


    kibbles0905@yahoo.com

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  28. Follow Wataah on twitter.


    Sarafan2

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  29. Fan of Wataah on FB.


    Kelly Coleman

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  30. Subscribe to your email and confirmed.


    kibbles0905@yahoo.com

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  31. Follow on Twitter.

    Sarafan2


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  32. Follow you on blogger.


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  33. Grabbed your button.


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  34. Grabbed your button #2


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  35. Follow Wataah's blog.- Sarafan2

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  36. I learned water helps our bodies to maintain healthy weight. garrettsambo@aol.com

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  37. I learned it is good for u
    I would love to win this Thank You for this great giveaway fancyfeet45@earthlink.net

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  38. There's no sugar in their drinks.

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  39. WAT-AAH! is not available in my state, but I can buy it at Amazon.com :) *Thanks* for the giveaway!
    theluckyladybug[at]gmail[dot]com

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  40. Following WAT-AAH! with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}]
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  41. Following starIMPULSE with Google Friend Connect [Cheryl F. {The Lucky Ladybug}]
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  42. I learned that since 2007 the number of drinks targeted at kids that were water based still contained sugars & colors

    and how true is this since I try to make sure my kids eat as little sugars and colors as possible.

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  43. The number of obese children has tripled in the past 20 years. Not exactly cool, actually really sad. But not surprising either.. love to see new drinks without sugars, artificial this and that, etc.!!

    THANKS. alisonad23 at gmail dot com

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  44. I learned that too much sugar creates extreme reactions in kids' moods and energy levels

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  45. Following WAT-AAH on twitter (Swtlilchick)

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  46. I am following WAT-AAH’s blog (Charlene)

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  47. Fan of WAT-AAH on facebook (Charlene Kuser)

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  48. Subscriber to starIMPULSE by email

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  49. Following you on blogger (Charlene Kuser)

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  50. Following you on Twitter (Swtlilchick)

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  51. Tweeted:Swtlilchick
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    CharlieGurl57@aol.com

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  52. Subscriber to your you tube channel
    username:Justkidding

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  53. I learned that the company is located in New York City, New York.

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  54. I became a fan of WAT-AAH on Facebook.

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  55. I subscribed to your YouTube channel.

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