One Mom’s Strategy for Hydrating Her Child

Are your kids drinking enough water? By Heather, Jayger’s Mom The good news is that I know I’m in the right business. The bad news is that a recent study

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So this happened (for real) last Thanksgiving…

By Jayger’s Mom Heather My Thanksgiving memories are pretty much a Norman Rockwell cliché. Growing up we always celebrated at our home in Colorado.  Mom and Dad would often invite

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Women in Business Q&A: Heather McDowell, Founder and CEO, Tickle Water

Heather McDowell is the founder and CEO of Tickle Water, a brand of naturally flavored sparkling water designed for kids. A New York-based entrepreneur, Heather launched the company to provide

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Our favorite ways to make kids laugh

By Jayger’s Mom Heather What would life be without laughter? No #LOL?  No #LMFAO?  I can’t even imagine!  How would we manage our social media?!  I’m half laughing, no pun

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Going Beyond Mom: How to Activate Your Mind, Body & Business After Baby

  We are so proud! Our CEO Heather McDowell is interviewed in the new ebook “Going Beyond Mom”. “Going Beyond Mom” is a book born out of the popular website Beyond Mom, Randi’s book

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July’s Industry Insights: Heather McDowell, Tickle Water

The Main Course sat down with Heather McDowell, co-founder and CEO of Tickle Water, one of our newest exhibitors from the 2017 International Restaurant & Foodservice Show of New York to learn more

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Tickle Water branches out into the adult market | 08.25.2017

US – The premium sparkling water company Tickle Water is diversifying its offering after noticing that adults were using its zero-sugar products as alcoholic mixers. Tickle Water will be sold

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Kid’s Beverages | 9.26.2017

Most beverage distribution is relatively straightforward: a manufacturer sells a product to a distributor, which sells it to a retailer, which sells it to a consumer. It’s a much different

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Tickle Water branches out into the adult market | 8.25.17

US – The premium sparkling water company Tickle Water is diversifying its offering after noticing that adults were using its zero-sugar products as alcoholic mixers. Tickle Water will be sold

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