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Mizu Thanks Collaboration Partners November 13th, 2012



As part of the launch of our new website, Mizu would like to showcase and thank all of our collaboration partners. We pride ourselves on the high quality of our products and the high quality of our partners. Since our inception in 2008, we’ve been honored to work with some of the biggest brands in action sports all the way to some the smallest and most legendary local and regional retailers.

Below is a list of all of Mizu’s past and current collaboration partners. From today forward, Mizu will create a new blog post with a photo of every new collaboration bottle we make. So stay tuned!

Active
Aecon
Alternative Sports
Anon
B4BC (Boarding for Breast Cancer)
Baldface Lodge
Bolts Action
Burton Snowboards
Channel Islands
Coast Law Group
Computrition
Electric Visual
Embry Rucker Photography
High Cascade Snowboard Camp
Howler Bros.
Jimalax
K2 Snowboards
Laguna Surf & Sport
Libre Design
Mary Jane Ski Resort
Milosport
Moondoggies Beach Club
New Era
Nike
Northstar - Japan
Oakley
Planet Sports - Germany
Pleasure Snowboard Magazine
Poler
PowderJet Snowboards
Raen Optics
Rob Machado Foundation
Skatewarehouse
Snow Summit/Big Bear
Snowboarder Magazine
Stance Socks
Steamboat Springs
Surf Ride
Surfer Magazine
TKS Miami
Transworld Magazine
Volcom
WeSC

Mizu Film Set Test Success November 13th, 2012

In the summer of 2012, Mizu gave a few cases of our M8 stainless steel water bottles to the producers of the film Real Violence. If you’ve ever been on the set of a film, you’ve seen the shocking amount of plastic water bottles that pile up every day.

It was a test, as unscientific as they come, but still a test. Would Mizu bottles help make a difference? As the summer wound down, we had nearly forgotten about the test until the film’s producer, Bria Little sent us this video and a heart-warming thank you note explaining how proud they were. Her video says it all and we’d like to thank Bria and the rest of the cast and crew for stepping it up!

Real Violence is a film short (drama) produced by Bria Little, written and directed by Jonathan King with Robert Olivia Junior as director of photography. The UCLA graduate film stars Pancho Moler, Premstar Santana, Steve Olson and Brianca Bennet.

 



Mizu Water Truck Project on GoFundMe November 13th, 2012

Mizu is currently raising capital to fund the growth of its business and the development of some innovative ideas to help provide solutions for reducing single-use plastic. One such fundraising effort is currently running on "Go Fund Me", one of the most trusted online crowd funding sites. The project entails Mizu purchasing an old military grade water truck and converting it to a promotional vehicle that dispenses potable water for big events. 

The video explains it all, but the truck’s tank will be re-shaped to mimic the classic Mizu bottle design. Filters, water chillers and taps will be added and the plans include converting the engine to run on bio-diesel fuel. When finished, Mizu will have a complete solution for events to go 100% plastic water bottle free. Join the Mizu family by supporting our water truck project on Go Fund Me