|By Marketwired .||
|May 13, 2014 09:31 AM EDT||
NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - May 13, 2014) - Oohrah! Hydration LLC, a Made in the USA private label brand of hydration beverages and purified water, developed as a means of giving back to Americans in need, will launch the first three of its six hydration drink flavors and purified water at BevNET Live.
Fortified with B5, B6, B12 & C vitamins and electrolytes, Oohrah! Hydration Drinks are low calorie, containing 0 fat, no caffeine and no artificial coloring.
"I dedicated myself toward the development of a healthier hydration drink which would not only respond well to the active lifestyle, but provide light and refreshing hydration for all ages. I chose to eliminate the overload of sugar, artificial colors, and empty calories, while replenishing with what I believe to be the essential B and C vitamins and electrolytes," said Lisa Bremmer, Owner and CEO, Oohrah! Hydration. "Oohrah! is not only a healthier brand of hydration, it is a brand that serves a mission, to give back…one bottle at a time. Oohrah! rehydrates your core."
Oohrah! Hydration will showcase three Oohrah! Hydration Drink flavors at BevNET Live: Ragin' Red (mixed berry flavor), Fightin' Green (lemon lime flavor) and Chargin' Blue (grape flavor), along with Oohrah! Purified Water. Three additional flavors -- Rockin' It Pink (lemonade flavor), Thunder Cloud (tropical pineapple coconut flavor) and Yellow Ribbon (mixed fruit mango flavor) -- are scheduled to launch on July 1, 2014.
The Oohrah! label tells a story. The flavor name and color of every Oohrah! Hydration Drink conveys a message from the Oohrah! family. The July 2014 release of the three remaining Oohrah! Hydration Drink flavors will complete the Oohrah! Hydration Drink product line, fully representing the Oohrah! mission. Ragin' Red honors all Americans, while Fightin' Green, Chargin' Blue and Thunder Cloud honor those who fight for us from land, sea and air. Rockin' It Pink honors our lady warriors and breast cancer survivors. Yellow Ribbon honors those we have lost. The sale of each bottle of Oohrah! Hydration Drink and Oohrah! Purified Water supports each of our brand label representations, providing direct support to many philanthropic initiatives, both public and private, including the American Red Cross Heroes program.
Oohrah! Hydration Drinks are available as a 12-pack case of 16oz BPA-free plastic wide-mouth bottles. Oohrah! Purified Water is available as a 24-pack case of 16.9oz BPA-free ribbed plastic bottles for easy handling.
To learn more about Oohrah! Hydration, the company will be showcasing its Hydration Drinks and Purified Water at BevNET Live.
About Oohrah! Hydration
Formed in October 2012 by Lisa Bremmer, Oohrah! Hydration LLC is a developer of Made in the USA hydration beverages as a means of providing healthier hydration and a means of giving back to Americans in need. Based in the owner's hometown of Glastonbury, Connecticut, Oohrah! Hydration is comprised of Oohrah! Hydration Drinks as well as Oohrah! Purified Water. Oohrah! Hydration LLC has national fulfillment services with electronic data interchange (EDI) capability in place to accommodate distribution at all levels. Distributors welcome. Oohrah! Hydration Drinks and Oohrah! Purified Water are manufactured in the United States. Oohrah! Hydration Drinks are Kosher.
For more information about the Oohrah! Hydration Drink brand and its mission to give back to Americans in need, please visit http://www.oohrahhydration.com.
Lisa M. Bremmer
Oohrah! Hydration LLC
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