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HAPPY CANADA DAY!

ESKA Natural Spring Water, one of the purest waters in the world, is bottled directly at its source at the St-Mathieu esker. Tucked away amongst 5,000 acres of protected virgin forest lies the St. Mathieu esker where a miraculous natural filtration process occurs. Snow and rain are filtered by glacial rocks for more than 15 years, resulting in water that’s exceptionally clean, cold and microbiologically pure.  

Whether you live in Toronto or are just visiting, join in the #eskaquest Social Scavenger Hunt. It is fun and FREE! So grab the kids and get involved!

Starting today, July 1st, running through to July 31st, ESKA is asking those who are in Toronto to keep their eyes peeled for 10 hidden #eskaquest tiles they’ve placed around the city. With each tile found, you complete a fun challenge through the #eskaquest mobile app for the chance to win 1 of 10 iPad minis.

The #eskaquest mobile app is free to download and there's no purchase required to participate in the quest. Available at Apple or Google Play App Stores.



There are two ways to play #eskaquest – Solo or with Clues. Solo: Participants can complete the quest anytime in July by visiting eskaquest.com to view the #eskaquest map, which shows the area where tiles are hidden. Clues: Fans can tune into ESKA Water’s social feeds throughout July for daily clues to find tiles as location hints are revealed. To receive daily clues please follow ESKA Water at Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

To get you readers started on your #eskaquest adventure they’d like to offer a gift pack for a giveaway. The gift pack is valued at $125 and is stocked with everything your family needs for  #eskaquest  from a handy cooler backpack to keep your ESKA water cool to snacks,sunscreen and more!

As you see, it has everything you will need to start your adventure for the scavenger hunt.

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Comments

  1. Id like to as we will be visiting toronto a couple times this summer , I think Ill got to the website and see what its all about

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  2. No I wouldn't be taking part in the scavenger hunt.

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  3. I maybe in T.O to check it out one day in July!

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  4. I don't blame you for limiting it to Canada. International shipping is a killer.

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  5. Im on vacation next week and plan on checking it out then!

    Lori R Jackson

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  6. I won't be able to due to other commitment but I really wish I could! It would be great fun for the kids!

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  7. no,I won`t be taking part in a scavanger hunt.
    (Karla Sceviour)

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  8. Happy Canada Day! Thanks for visiting my Tuesday Intro/Teaser post.

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  9. no i wont be, but would like too.

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  10. No, I unfortunately won't be in Toronto then.

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  11. How cool! I have a close friend who lives in Toronto, and I'm going to tell her about this.

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  12. I don't know. If we are free in the city on the weekends then we will participate in parts of the hunt.

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  13. If I lived near the GTA, I definitely would!

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  14. Nope, I live in Calgary :)

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  15. No I will not be taking part in the scavenger hunt.
    thanks

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  16. I don't know if I'll be taking part yet!

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  17. Unfortunately, I won't be part of the scavenger hunt!

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