The Zimmerli Art Museum in New Brunswick, NJ invited the Anti-Bottle for their new exhibition called “Water”. And of course we were thrilled to accept! This is what Vapur team member Erin had to say about her experience there:
“My friend and I arrived at the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University in New Jersey. We were greeted by a Vapur Anti-Bottle display at the front desk, welcoming visitors to the water art exhibit and encouraging them to visit the gift shop to learn more about Vapur.
The Vapur Anti-Bottles they had (all blue to go with their exhibit) were hung up in the gift shop and they had a table in front of the bottles for our use. I had brought along one of each color to fill up and display, as well as the materials you had sent along.
After the guests walked through the water art exhibit, they were directed to the gift shop where my friend and I were waiting to give demo’s and giveaway 10 Anti-Bottle to the guests. The giveaways happened about every 30 minutes. I explained all about the bottle and the company while my friend drank from it, folded it up, clipped it to his belt, put it in his pocket, etc.
They were a HIT. People were sticking around for hours to have the chance to win the colored bottles. The museum sold about 25 of the blue bottles while we were there and the other colors were so in-demand, Tashonia (our contact person from the museum) told me within the first hour she was going to place an order for ALL the colors.
All in all, it was a great event. It was nice to have a group of people who had a specific interest and concern for water. As I’m sure you know as well, it is always refreshing and an exciting experience to see people get SO excited over the Vapur Anti-Bottles.
To see more photo from this event check out our Facebook page!