TORONTO, Ontario — Blu-Dot Beverage Company, makers of Blu-Dot Protein Tea, is excited to announce it has entered into a sponsorship agreement with Olympian Georgia Simmerling as she prepares to compete in the Women’s Ski Cross event at the 2014 Olympic Winter Games. Blu-Dot will provide support for Georgia in her quest for a gold medal in Sochi.
Georgia grew up ski racing on the North Shore of Vancouver at Grouse Mountain, and was a member of the Canadian Alpine Ski Team for 5 years, representing Canada at the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Winter Games. In 2011 she decided to switch to Ski Cross and In December 2012 she came 2nd at the World Cup Ski Cross in Innichen Italy.
In response to Blu-Dot’s support, Georgia said, “I am always on the lookout for clean nutrition, and Blu-Dot Protein Tea is a great find. It’s a source of clean all-natural protein, fibre, and antioxidants. I know it will help me as I train hard these next few months and get ready to compete in Sochi.”
Kevin Stratton, CEO of Blu-Dot Beverage Company said, “We are very excited about sponsoring Georgia in her quest for gold. She is a passionate spokesperson for natural healthy living, and we wish her the very best in Sochi.”
About Blu-Dot Beverages
Blu-Dot is a new entrant on the beverage scene, and has created a stir with its remarkable Protein Tea. Blu-Dot Protein Tea is an all-natural crystal-clear beverage made from organic green or white tea. Each 473 ml glass bottle includes 12 grams of protein, 6 grams of fibre, and is rich in antioxidants. The protein is sourced from the finest quality New Zealand whey protein, and the prebiotic dietary fibre is sourced from natural chicory root. Blu-Dot Protein Tea is delicately flavored and lightly sweetened with organic cane sugar, and also available in a calorie-reduced option sweetened with natural stevia extract. Blu-Dot Protein Tea is aimed at health conscious consumers looking to support a healthy lifestyle and increase protein and fibre in an all-natural clear beverage.
Blu-Dot Protein Tea is available across Canada at Whole Foods, Bulk Barn, Longo’s, and other fine stores.