Taste of Lori’s Event

by AquaNew on September 14, 2017

in Watt-Ahh Events, Watt-Ahh News

AquaNew is again a sponsor of this annual event, held this year on Saturday, Sept. 23, 2017, in Rochester, N.Y. between noon and 4 p.m. Our friend, Morgan W. will be manning the booth and handing out complimentary Watt-Ahh® samples (480 16.9 oz. bottles), which were shipped out of Florida to upper State New York over a week before Hurricane Irma pounced on the west coast of Florida.

For more information, CLICK HERE. Or, even better, if happen to be in the Greater Rochester Area, go visit with Morgan and his crew at the festival!


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