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Subject: Electrolyte drink
Hi guys,

Its great to be back here. We are bringing a new Electrolyte drink into the US and I would like to have some BT athletes test it and give us your feedback and participate in our testimonials. This is what I and all our group used for our Ironman training and by far what best suited our hydration needs without all the sugar and GI issues. I rather let the product speak for itself. If you are interested please PM me and I will contact you to set up shipment.

Have a great one!

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