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Enter Ecorazzi's Microist Day contest to win limited edition Water.org water bottleEnter Ecorazzi's Microist Day contest to win limited edition Water.org water bottle

Enter to Win a Limited Edition Water.org Water Bottle

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Our big day is only 11 days away. What day is that? Well of course, it’s Microist Day! To show our appreciation for all of our participants we are holding a contest for anyone to win a limited edition Water.org CamelBak Groove stainless steel water bottle.

The first Microist Day will kick off on March 20 and you can be a part of it. For one entire day, we will dedicate our social media statutes to a deserving charity or cause. Our first day will benefit Water.org to help spread awareness about the water crisis, the solutions, and of course, the great work the organization does.

We are asking individuals and businesses to join and lend a helping hand in spreading the word about Water.org. Want more info or want to sign up to participate? Just fill out this form and we’ll get you all of the information you need.

Just by participating in our special day and entering to win a water bottle you are helping spread awareness for a worthy cause. If that doesn’t persuade you than maybe the fact that Matt Damon co-founded the organization will. He would probably really appreciate it.

ENTER TO WIN

Click here to enter the giveaway, and be sure to enter before March 20 at 11:59 p.m. EST, when the contest closes. Complete rules.

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