From Cool Fluids to Hot Bands, the Makers of Arrowhead® Brand Mountain Spring Water Encourage Southern Californians to “Re-Boot Naturally”

Los Angeles, CA (August 23, 2006) – Stressed? Burnt? Spent? Then you need to re-boot naturally with Arrowhead® Brand Mountain Spring Water. The bottled water experts at Arrowhead want to help you refresh and recharge by visiting one of the “Re-Boot Stations” in the L.A. area. These stations are lounges where the public can take a needed break from their busy lives and re-boot naturally by taking advantage of the following great free perks: relaxing in comfortable, shaded seating or under a misting station, by enjoying a mini-massage, or by sipping a cool, refreshing Arrowhead Water.

Arrowhead will kick off this initiative by teaming with Heal The Bay to host “Re-Boot & Rock the Beach,” a morning beach clean-up followed by a rocking thank-you concert featuring Jurassic 5 and Jonny Lang on Sunday, August 27th on Venice Beach. Volunteers can join in tidying up the beach starting at 10 AM and then can rock out at the free concert scheduled from 12:30 PM to 2:00PM. “Re-Boot & Rock the Beach” in cooperation with Heal The Bay emphasizes Arrowhead’s appreciation and passion for nature.

The launch actually marks the first of several Arrowhead Re-Boot Stations popping up across the Southern California region through October. Now people-whether they are at work, shopping on the weekend or at the beach-can take a break and stop into their local station to re-boot naturally. To find out when one will be showing up near you or to find out more information on “Re-Boot & Rock the Beach,” please visit

About Arrowhead
Arrowhead® Brand Mountain Spring Water is a natural mountain spring water selectively sourced from multiple mountain spring sources in the United States and Canada. Arrowhead® Mountain Spring Water, which is available in the western region of the United States, including California, Washington, Oregon, Arizona and Nevada, is distributed by Nestle Waters North America Inc., located in Greenwich, Connecticut.