This summer when they all take off for summer camp it’s important to remember to stay hydrated. At WaterMonster we offercamp water stationsto keep all the kiddos healthy and hydrated while they enjoy their summer fun.
How much water should people drink? A constant water supply to the human body is needed to replenish the fluids lost through normal activities. We at WaterMonster aim to provide the thirst-quenching satisfaction everyone deserves while out and about this season with our bulk water dispenser.
The best advice when picking an outdoor venue for your next event, is to make sure they have a municipal water source on location. The water will be safe for drinking and at a much lower cost. Potable water trucks can be limited and very expensive. However, they can make the difference of having a successful event.
Festivals are an experience of a lifetime, so keep these hydration tips in mind at your next summer event so you can truly make the most of it. WaterMonster is here to help you stay hydrated with our Ultra Spout water bottle fill up stations this festival season!
This Memorial Day most of us will be out soaking up the sun. At the park with the kids, at festivals, or out camping, a touchless hydration station is the best way to keep everyone hydrated in the summer heat.
We at Event Hydration Solutions, Inc know that there are several options when it comes to offering a mass portablehydration station. Single use plastic water bottles are common and convenient, but environmental concerns and operating in a more sustainable manner is putting downward pressure on plastic water bottles.
WaterMonsters strives to provide unrivaled water distribution for when you need it most, a foot operated water dispenser can provide touchless access to clean, great-tasting water for events, and any other needs!
Circuit of the Americas (COTA) has been an early adopter of WaterMonster Tanks and owns a dozen or so WaterMonster Tanks with accessories to help keep the spectators and athletes hydrated.Knowing that getting your crowds access to free water is important especially on hot Texas days.