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Beehydrate launch rainbow and trans water bottle designs

Beehydrate launch rainbow and trans water bottle designs

“Create a real world product, complete with a functioning website, marketing plan, embedded analytics coding and present the class,” - this is how we came to bee.

What started as a student project, an educational assessment for our digital marketing apprenticeship, evolved into a business designed to make a positive impact on our world.

BeeHydrated MCR was created to tackle to issues facing our society :-

Reduce single use plastics and promote reusables as a sustainable and sensible choice

Reduce hate crime by promoting positive attitudes and solidarity by showing love and pride with our LGBT brothers and sisters

How? Big, bold and beautiful bottles!

Rainbow and Trans pride prints emblazoned upon stainless steel (BPA free of course) thermal water bottles, shouting loud and proud a message of love and hope.

These bottles don’t just raise awareness for much needed issues, they raise money, money that goes from us, to the LGBT foundation. 60% of all profits go direct to our chosen charity, who we believe is championing positivity and love across our city, providing support and activities we LOVE.

So whether you’re a rainbow loving, pride parading, sparkle king or queen, or a straight ally, plastic conscious, environmental supporter, making just one small change – you are supporting your brothers and sisters, you are ensuring a sustainable planet, where love and happiness are all that matters; because we are all in this together.

Give us a follow on social media and find out what we are all about - @BeeHydratedMCR

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Published: 31-Jul-2019

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