EcoVessel, creator of premium hydration bottles and drinkware, announced its collaboration with Boulder artist, Phil Lewis, for a limited edition collection. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to Water For People, a long established non-profit, whose goal is to provide people with access to safe water and sanitation and help end the global water crisis.
“The Artist Collection hits close to home for me,” says Jon Fox, CEO of EcoVessel. “We’re joining up with a local artist who creates beautiful designs, while giving back to a Denver non-profit we have supported and believed in for many years. Our long-term goal is for all people to have access to clean, safe water, along with reducing single use plastics around the world. This collection continues that mission.”
The Artist Collection will make its debut with the new ASPEN bottle. The ASPEN, with its TriMax Triple Insulation, provides unrivaled thermal properties that keeps drinks cold for 100 hours and hot up to 20 hours. The thoughtful construction includes the Reflecta lid with internal threading for comfortable drinking and easy cleaning. It also prevents plastic from touching your drink, providing the best possible taste.
EcoVessel is inspired by a thirst for adventure and respect for the planet. The company creates premium quality hydration bottles and drinkware that maintain the optimal temperature of drinks and are made with recyclable materials, while reducing dependence on single use plastics. Every product is designed and prototyped in their Boulder, Colorado office and the company prides itself on its unique blend of fashion and performance that appeal to people of all ages and lifestyles. EcoVessel is motivated to partner with organizations that try to do good and give back, as we are … one refill at a time. Learn more at www.ecovessel.com.