INFOGRAPHIC: Breaking Bad Drinking Water

by Mike Yanke on August 8, 2013


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Like Walter White, our company is dedicated to providing you with a chemical compound that is 99% pure.  But the chemical compound we’re talking about is your drinking water.  And we help make sure it breaks good.

Infographic: Breaking Bad Drinking Water

At WaterFilters.NET, we are huge fans of Breaking Bad.  In this series, beginning its run of eight final episodes this Sunday, August 11th, terminally ill Walter White devolves from mild-mannered chemistry teacher cooking crystal meth to provide for his family, to ruthless drug kingpin drunk on his own sense of power.

To gear you up for Breaking Bad’s final eight, we’ve created the infographic above, showing some of the chemical contaminants that may be lurking in the soul of your drinking water.  Better yet, we’re offering you 8% off any water filters or filtration orders of $99 or more, between today and the final episode of Breaking Bad this October. Simply use the coupon code BreakingBad08 when finalizing your order online or at 1-888-801-PURE (7873.)

I encourage you to share this infographic with your friends and family that are fans of Breaking Bad, fans of healthy drinking water, or both.  I’ve even included an embed code so you can publish on your own site.  Just please include a citation so people know where you got it.

And of course, I encourage you to share your thoughts about the season premiere in the comments below.

Mike Yanke

Mike Yanke

Mike Yanke is the Content Manager at WaterFilters.NET, and leads development of the content found on this blog, in addition to much of the marketing strategy for the organization. Mike's posts focus on how clean drinking water touches our live holistically, whether in the news we read, our interests and hobbies or how we care for everyone that lives in our home. As such, much of the content Mike develops features round-ups of water focused news, home brewing tips and profiles of those living under his roof, including his well-hydrated pet, Clark the Clean Water Dog. Mike has been a Certified Water Specialist, recognized by the Water Quality Association, since 2014.

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