Thursday, March 11, 2010

Post 1153 - Free Water Bottles in Halifax

Quick!  If you hurry, you can still get a free water bottle today, March 11, which is free water bottle day in Halifax.  Tap water is where it's at, ladies and gentlemen.  Accept no substitutes.

The lovely Shelley Belleftontaine of Clean Nova Scotia gave me a couple of bottles just now, and was kind enough to say hello to this silly little blog.  Thank you, Shelley.  I gave you some Bevboy's Blog business card, Shelley.  Give 'em out to people you think will care.

I got my first water bottle last week from Clean Nova Scotia.  It was mighty handy during my spin class Tuesday night, and will be even handier this evening when I do another one.  The tap water from Nubody's in that bottle tastes nice and cold when I'm spinning my heart out.  It is a very attractive bottle to boot.  Be the envy of your friends.  Get one of these bottles!

If you are still drinking water from a bottle, stop.  Most of the time, it's just tap water that is trucked long distances and stored for a long time before you purchase it.  It's outrageously expensive to buy water this way, as opposed to drinking it from the taps in your house.  Me, I run my tap water through a Brita water filter and refrigerate it afterward.  It is delicious and refreshing and beats the frig out of any bottled water you can get in a store, and is so cheap as to be almost free. 

Thanks for doing this, Clean Nova Scotia.  And, keep reading Bevboy's Blog!





Bevboy

4 comments:

OceanWeb.ca said...

Bev! Thanks ever so much for your support! We appreciate having you on board.... our campaign to inspire citizens to drink tap water, and to abandon plastic water bottles has been a tremendous success! Thanks to all of our volunteers, staff and of course, citizens who are making a difference.
Best regards,
Shelley Bellefontaine
Communications
Clean Nova Scotia

OceanWeb.ca said...

Bev! Thanks ever so much for your support! We appreciate having you on board.... our campaign to inspire citizens to drink tap water, and to abandon plastic water bottles has been a tremendous success! Thanks to all of our volunteers, staff and of course, citizens who are making a difference.
Best regards,
Shelley Bellefontaine
Communications
Clean Nova Scotia

novascotiaducktoller said...

you cheap guy
cant even afford water
you wont even buy your boyfriend Pat a bottle of water

go down the valley and see muummy
and daddy

Patricia said...

You know what is really pathetic?? A**holes who have far too much time on their hands to criticize and harass law abiding, family oriented, and all round decent people. I wonder if NSDT has a job, a family or even a HUMAN BEING (not a dog, empathy for the dog) who regards him as decent. I have my doubts based upon his small mind and even smaller...well, you know. NSTD should spend his time towards other things such as personal development. Good luck.