October 06, 12:00 PM ET / 9:00 AM PT
Webinar: Details provided upon RSVP approval
Since The Alkaline Water Company [NASDAQ: WTER] was founded in 2014, Alkaline88® has become the 10th largest enhanced water brand and is the only water brand that has grown double digits every month since 2019.
As a business that relies on natural resources for its success, sustainability has always been at the core of the company’s mission.
- Alkaline88 is the first water brand to be sold in aluminum bottles.
- The company uses more recycled material in their plastic bottles than Nestle, PepsiCo, and Coca-Cola.
- They recently redesigned their ionization process to reduce the use of both energy and water.
In addition to their environmental focus, all-natural Alkaline88 contains only two ingredients, purified water and pink Himalayan rock salt, balanced to a perfect 8.8 pH level for a clean, crisp taste. They’re also ready to launch an exciting marketing initiative featuring the company’s new equity partner, basketball legend, Shaquille O’Neal.
Join our webinar to hear from Alkaline Water Company CEO, Ricky Wright as he talks about how the company’s sustainability initiatives help drive topline growth and why Shaq decided to become a part of the Alkaline88 team.
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