Taste the Difference: Don’t Keep Drinking Bad Water


First there was the Pepsi Challenge, then Prego took on Ragu, and now, Pipe Works proudly presents, Taste the Difference: City Water vs HALO Water!

In the 1970’s, Pepsi set out to prove that Americans preferred the taste of Pepsi to that of Coca-Cola. Their results were largely debatable, but they unsurprisingly came to the conclusion that Americans do, in fact, prefer Pepsi to Coke. Not the most scientific of studies, but the blind taste test was born.

Prego was the next big brand to ask the public to prove their product was the best on the market. This time it wasn’t cola, but marinara sauce. They challenged several brands, most notably Ragu; and much like Pepsi, found themselves to be the undeniable winner.

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Pipe Works Services is proud to join in on this most American of traditions with the Taste the Difference Challenge.  On Saturday, March 5th, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Madison Community House, located at 25 Cook Ave, Pipe Works Services will be doing a blind taste test of normal city water vs water from a HALO water conditioner.

You may have heard one of your neighbors, or hopefully your plumber, talking about the HALO water conditioner. In our area, the water quality is closer to that of the Passaic River than it is to Poland Spring. Does your water taste bad?  That’s bad water.  Does your water smell?  Also bad water. Do you need to replace fixtures in your home relatively often?  That’s bad water too.  

Come on out this Saturday, admission is free to the public, and test the HALO for yourself. Don’t take your friend’s word for it, after all, she never even saw Titanic, so her opinion is suspect at best. Let your taste buds decide.

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