You Can Get a Free Hydro Flask for Yourself and for a Frontliner

Here's how.

(SPOT.ph) If you have a friend or family member who is a frontliner in this pandemic—whether that means they're a health worker, food delivery courier, grocery clerk, sanitation worker, security guard, or any other profession that's currently keeping our nation afloat—you probably want to show them how much you appreciate all their hard work. There are many ways you can do this like with these cool coasters honoring frontliners or even these dainty necklaces made for doctors and nurses. Here's something else to add to that list: Hydro Flask is having a 24-hour giveaway where you can get two of the brand's signature insulated tumblers for free—one for a frontliner in your life and one for yourself, too!

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Here's how it works: all you have to do is tag a frontliner that you know in the comments' section of Hydro Flask's Instagram post—be sure to share a little bit about the important work that he or she does in your comment. The contest ends 24 hours after the IG post was first put up, so you have until April 294 p.m. to join. They'll be choosing 15 people from their comments section, so you've got lots of chances! Now you can get a brand-new tumbler for yourself while also showing a frontliner in your life some love and gratitude. With temperatures in Manila skyrocketing, a tumbler is an essential to stay hydrated on the daily, so whoever you give it to is sure to appreciate the gift!

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Just to get you excited, check out some of the cool tumblers Hydro Flask has to offer:

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For more information, log on to Hydro Flask's Instagram page.

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