Evian Offering Free “Bottle Service” for Thirsty New Yorkers

Evian is offering a limited-time free water bottle-delivery service for certain locations and zones beginning August 19

Sounds like a great concept, but we do worry about the influence on the environment.

Have you ever dreamed of free bottle service during the day? Well now if you live in New York, it’s possible… sort of. Evian is offering a free water bottle delivery service for thirsty New Yorkers who are looking to survive the dog days of August.  Starting on August 19, Evian will be setting up stands in parks around New York, and parched users can even tweet out their location to request delivery.

Here’s how it works. Tweet using #Evianbottleservice, and if you’re within the select delivery zones (which will be announced that day on Twitter), you can expect an ice-cold bottle of water to arrive at your doorstep.

“We love the idea of offering New Yorkers a stylish and fun way to beat the heat this summer," said Olga Osminkina-Jones, VP of Marketing for Evian. "Giving city dwellers the ability to request on-demand ice cold Evian is one of the ways we'll introduce our new look.”

The free water bottle campaign is all part of Evian’s new way of promoting their redesigned, label-less bottle — the company’s first in over a decade. 

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Joanna Fantozzi is an Associate Editor with The Daily Meal. Follow her on Twitter@JoannaFantozzi