Wahter launches #YourVoteYourVoice campaign

Wahter launches #YourVoteYourVoice campaign

It has been launched ahead of Lok Sabha elections in Delhi & Gurugram.


Mumbai: Wahter, India's advertising, and packaged drinking water brand launched the #YourVoteYourVoice campaign to raise awareness about voting ahead of the upcoming Lok Sabha elections scheduled for 25 May 2024 in Delhi and Gurgaon. This campaign aims to motivate more citizens, especially first-time voters, to exercise the right to vote and participate in the electoral process.

Wahter’s campaign leverages its unique business model, integrating brand advertisements onto bottled water, to disseminate voting awareness messages. Each bottle distributed during this campaign features customised labels with different messages that encourage people to vote. The labels on the bottles feature slogans like ‘Vote Jaroor Karenge’ and ‘Vote Karega India, Tabhi To Badhega India’.

Wahter co-founder Amitt Nenwani said, “Voting is a fundamental right and a crucial part of our democracy. We wanted to highlight every vote's importance in shaping our country's future. Our main motive with this campaign is to encourage as many people as possible to come out and vote, particularly focusing on first-time voters.”

The campaign's primary goal is to encourage greater voter turnout, emphasizing the importance of every vote. Understanding the critical importance of youth in voter participation, Wahter has strategically placed its carts in areas frequented by the youth and first-time voters. These locations include the Qutub Institutional Area in Delhi, Amity University Gurugram, and Gurugram University. By targeting these specific areas, Wahter aims to engage and inspire everyone to vote and make their voices heard.

Wahter’s commitment to social responsibility and community engagement is at the core of this campaign. The company continues to leverage its innovative approach to not only provide clean and affordable drinking water but also to make a positive impact on society through meaningful initiatives.