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Women's Basketball All-Star Skylar Diggins Joins Team Rockin' Refuel®

Diggins Relies on Rockin' Refuel to Stay Fit on the Court

PHOENIX, Sept. 3, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Shamrock Farms Rockin' Refuel® announced today that women's basketball all-star, Skylar Diggins, is the newest member of Team Rockin' Refuel – an elite group of sports and entertainment personalities who rely on the protein milk beverage to get the proper nutrition they need to perform their best. Balancing hard work and toughness on-the-court with charisma and grace while off- the-court, Diggins is a dynamic personality with fans of all ages.

In her second professional basketball season, Skylar was the league's second leading scorer and was named "Most Improved Player" while being named to her first all-star team. A four-time collegiate All-American, Skylar led her university to three national championship games and finished as her alma mater's all-time scoring leader – all while earning her degree in business management-entrepreneurship.  In 2013, she was selected third in the draft by Tulsa where she now continues her basketball career.

"I'm excited to join Team Rockin' Refuel because it's the healthier way to get the protein I need after working out," said Diggins. "I love that Rockin' Refuel is made with real milk – it tastes great and I know what I'm putting into my body versus other protein beverages that have a long list of ingredients I've never heard of." 

Diggins is the latest addition to Team Rockin' Refuel, joining country music star Kellie Pickler, football star Patrick Willis, and elite triathlete T.J. Tollakson. As a Team Rockin' Refuel member, she will be featured in a national advertising campaign for Rockin' Refuel's lean product line.

"We're thrilled to have Skylar Diggins join Team Rockin' Refuel. As a professional athlete, she knows high quality protein plays a key role in keeping her body strong throughout the season," said Shamrock Farms Director of Brand Management, Blake Atkinson.  "Proper nutrition is an important part of Skylar's game, and we're proud to work with her to spread the message of a healthy, active lifestyle to her fans across the country."

Made with real milk, Rockin' Refuel contains the high quality protein active people of all levels need to achieve their physical goals, whether it's building muscle or recovering after a hard workout. Rockin' Refuel's new lean line includes Lean Builder and Lean Recovery, and offers the same great high quality protein with fewer calories and carbs for active individuals. 

Visit RockinRefuel.com to learn more about the complete line of Rockin' Refuel products and to find the protein beverage that delivers the best nutrition for every workout. All Rockin' Refuel products are available in 12 oz. bottles at select retailers nationwide; select varieties are available in 11 oz. sizes, online at www.RockinRefuel.com

About Shamrock Farms: Shamrock Farms, one of the largest family-owned dairies in the country,  manufactures the brand's Rockin' Refuel, protein-fortified flavored milk and Shamrock Farms Milk, which can be found in all 22,000 SUBWAY® Restaurants nationwide. The Rockin' Refuel product portfolio includes Muscle Recovery® and Lean Recovery®, designed to maximize rebuilding muscles after working out, and Muscle Builder® and Lean Builder®, designed for athletes looking for more protein with fewer carbohydrates. Headquartered in Phoenix, Shamrock Farms has its own farm hosting a herd of more than 10,000 cows, and was founded in 1922 in Tucson, Arizona. For more information, visit www.rockinrefuel.com or go to Facebook/Rockin Refuel or @RockinRefuel.

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