AquaNew Business Growth

Five-Star High

Our Amazon customers make us feel Five-Star High.  We appreciate the social reviews that others are finding useful comments when they shop Watt-Ahh bottled water. Below are several reviews posted over the last few months: 5 stars – Worth every penny! March 27, 2019 – Verified Amazon Purchase “I have been purchasing Watt-Ahh on amazon […]

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2018 – “No Fear” Year

Part of AquaNew’s mission statement is to support those in recovery and to “bravely seek” with others the new horizon for sustainable health. The mission statement recognizes our customers’ busy lives who are discerning about their health, willing to share their own incredible life journey, and have optimism for the future. We honor those who […]

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New Home Page Banner Showcasing the 10th Anniversary Liter Bottle

With its new sleek, tall look, Watt-Ahh® is ready to move with individuals who want energy and hydration on the go. The slimmer liter-sized bottle fits in cup holders and sports bags.  One customer complimented, “It’s a high-rise beauty … looks more fun to heft.” The new banner above is now on display on AquaNew’s […]

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AquaNew Rolls Out Its Commemorative 10th Anniversary One-Liter Watt-Ahh® Bottles

“It’s a high rise beauty, a great looking new bottle and label. It will pop on the shelf, looks more fun to heft, and a shelf will hold more product with this design.” ~Watt-Ahh® Customer Morgan W. of New York  Watt-Ahh® is ready to move with our busy customers who want energy and hydration on the go. […]

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June Milestones for WIT Technology

By Rob Gourley, CEO and Inventor For someone who preferred to work on machines instead of book reports in school, June of 2017 was an unusual time for me. With assistance from WIT’s patent attorney, Robert McKellar, we prepared two continuation-in-part applications and filed with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Prior to filing, we […]

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AquaNew/Watt-Ahh® – 10th Anniversary (And other announcements on new liter-sized bottles and pricing)

Yes, the last ten years tested our mental, physical and financial capacities. The main reason we kept going, even during the bleakest days that we all shared during the Great Recession, was hearing about how individuals used the Polarized Water to reach a level of improved health. Looking back when we launched Watt-Ahh® in 2007, […]

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The Amazon Marketplace

We continue to work on a global reach for the Polarized Water. Perhaps someday, the bottled water will be transported on floating Amazonian Markets, such as the one shown in the photo. In the interim, we sell Watt-Ahh® on two Amazon webstores (both one-liter and 16.9 oz. sizes). We ship via UPS from our corporate […]

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Run on Watt-Ahh Liter Bottles

Last week, we temporarily sold out of the liter-sized bottles after a good, long-term customer purchased multiple pallets of Watt-Ahh®.  Rob Gourley (shown on the forklift in the photo) loaded the customer’s long flatbed trailer with four pallets of Watt-Ahh® (1,800 liter bottles and 1,440 16.9 oz. bottles). This same customer also ordered a fifth […]

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Year 2016 Revisit

Rob and I wanted to share with you some of the 2016 business highlights: Production of one to two truckloads (53’) of Watt-Ahh® bottles each month, which is a 5% increase in bottle production when compared to that of 2015. Exhibition of Watt-Ahh® and WIT Machines at national conferences (Natural Products Association and Supply Side/Ingredient Marketplace). […]

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2016 Health Innovation Week

First Event – Open House Co-hosted with Florida Integrative Medical Center and WIT International Over 40 individuals attended the open house held on Wednesday evening, Nov. 9, 2016. Speakers included Mark Huey, Director of the Sarasota Economic Development Corporation and Health Innovation Week; Rob Gourley, CEO of WIT International and Inventor of the WIT Machine that […]

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