Highland Spring promotes new drinks with holiday home competition

Highland Spring Group is offering the chance to win an idyllic second home in Scotland for a year.

To commemorate the release of its new fruit flavoured sparkling water, Highland Spring is offering “a magical place for someone to call their holiday home.”

The all-inclusive home is in Balquhidder, Scotland, surrounded by the beautiful greenery of Loch Lpmond and the Trossachs National Park. One lucky winner will be drawn on August 13, 2021, and the house will be available from before the end of the month.

To be able to fully immerse oneself and enjoy the landscapes, there will be no Wi-Fi provided in the home. Everything has been designed to have a minimal impact on the environment, while still being a luxurious getaway.

Mike Buckland, the consumer marketing controller at Highland Spring Group, said: “At Highland Spring, we’re lucky to be surrounded by Scotland’s untouched natural landscapes and we never take it for granted. We want to give everyone the chance to experience the quiet beauty of nature.

Highland Spring's holiday home prize.

“Whoever gets their hands on our tiny house for a year will be able to experience the very best of nature right on their doorstep, in this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity – one of the most sought-after luxuries in one of the country’s most beautiful locations will be all theirs.”

To enter the draw, people must first follow Highland Spring on Facebook or Instagram. Using the hashtag #HighlandSpringHoliday, interested participants should then share a photograph of one of the fruit-flavoured sparkling water cans in a natural outdoor setting, tagging @highland_spring.

Photographs will automatically be entered into the draw if all the requirements are met.

The cans are now available in all major UK retailers, including Sainsbury’s, Ocado, and ASDA. The new flavours are Rhubarb & Ginger, Blackberry, Plum & Hibiscus, and Pear & Elderflower.

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