Special Olympics Northern California (SONC) has partnered with BODYARMOR, Raley’s and Sacramento Republic FC for a campaign that will encourage athlete health while raising funds and awareness for local programs.
With every purchase of BODYARMOR Sports Drink, LYTE, and SportWater at Raley’s, Bel Air and Nob Hill Foods in July and August, BODYARMOR will donate 5 cents to SONC up to $10,000.
“At BODYARMOR, we are focused on transforming sports hydration and bringing better-for-you products to consumers in the community,” said Drew Moench, commercial manager for BODYARMOR. “We felt that this was the perfect opportunity to partner with Special Olympics to give back through the support of our local retail partner, Raley’s. BODYARMOR LYTE is a low-calorie sports drink alternative that is naturally sweetened, naturally flavored and has no added sugar. So this partnership really aligns across the SONC Healthy Athletes Program.”
Along with the in-store giveback campaign, BODYARMOR and the Sacramento Republic FC have teamed with an online SWEEPSTAKES that awards one weekly winner a $100 Raley’s gift card plus a month’s supply of BODYARMOR for their family. For info and rules, please visit: www.sacrepublicfc.com/drinkbodyarmor.
“Sacramento Republic FC has been a great partner to help bring this all together with us and help to reach out to the Sacramento community,” said Moench.
The BODYARMOR giveback will run through the end of August at all Northern California Raley’s, Bel Air and Nob Hill locations. More information is available at www.SONC.org/bodyarmor.
“Special Olympics Northern California is grateful for the support of BODYARMOR, Raley’s and Sacramento Republic FC in our communities,” said David Solo, president and CEO of SONC. “This promotion raises funds and awareness for our ongoing programs while also encouraging healthy lifestyle choices for our athletes and families.”
“We are really supportive and appreciative of everything that Special Olympics does for the athletes; and everything that they’ve done virtually,” said Moench. “We appreciate partnering with Special Olympics to make a difference in our community.”