RECOVƎR 180° keeping health professionals hydrated

The premium immunity boosting beverage is hydrating those who need hydration most right now – first responders and hospital workers. RECOVƎR 180 contains up to 3x the amount of electrolytes than other leading sports drinks. The key ingredients of effective hydration – electrolytes, essential vitamins, herbal based extracts, and a dash of organic cane sugar helps the body run through natural processes. It’s balanced in an isotonic formula, allowing the hydration to  quickly absorb into the body’s cells for rapid rehydration.

For our exhausted health heroes, RECOVƎR 180 helps combat slow mornings and sluggish afternoons with herbal extracts including Ashwagandha (known to aid concentration), Guarana Berry (known to reduce mental fatigue) and Panax Ginseng to improve memory and work efficiency.

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Verdugo Hills Hospital staff receiving a case of RECOVƎR 180

The brand is continuing to donate on an ongoing basis to hospitals, fire stations, police stations and first responders during this difficult time. Together with their distributors, they have been able to donate 4,444 cases of RECOVƎR 180, or 53,328 bottles across the country. Here’s where they have been donating in Los Angeles and other states:

UCLA Luskin Center – In partnership with Rose Bowl Stadium and Beauchamp Distributors, donated RECOVƎR 180 to the UCLA Luskin Conference Center to support essential UCLA employees and UCLA Health Staff who are staying at the hotel during the COVID-19 Pandemic.IMG_5165.jpegCENTINELA HOSPITAL received 102 cases (1,200 bottles) for their doctors, nurses and staff.Recover 180 Dr Paryus Patel.jpeg

Dr. Paryus Patel, Chief Medical Officer of Centinela Hospital Medical Center, pictured to the right: “Received your generous contributions. Tried the drink myself and it’s awesome.”

RECOVƎR 180 partnered with Beauchamp Distributing Co. & Rosebowl Stadium to pack up over 300 cases (or over 3,600 bottles) of RECOVƎR 180 to distribute to first-responders across the Los Angeles area to be distributed to hospitals, fire stations & medical centers.Unknown.jpegIDAHO: SALMON VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT has received donations made to the Volunteer Fire Department in Salmon, Idaho in partnership with Watkins Distributing.Adams Beverage.JPGALABAMA: ADAMS BEVERAGES collaborated in helping to deliver 90 cases of RECOVƎR 180 to 3 different health care locations across Alabama.UW Childrens Hospital - Recover and Chill.jpg With the help of Wisconsin Distributors, RECOVƎR 180 cases were also delivered to four different locations across Wisconsin, including  UW Childrens Hospital, Beaver Dam Hospital, Meriter UnityPoint Health and a number of different fire & police stations.watkins 1.pngRECOVƎR 180 donated to over 20 locations in Idaho. Locations include fire stations, police stations, hospitals & medical centers and to those working so hard to remain healthy and hydrated.Beauchamp distributorsGEORGIA & SOUTH CAROLINASouthern Crown Partners in Georgia & South Carolina donated over 600 cases of RECOVƎR 180, water, fruit juice and other beverages to a variety of hospitals and other first responders.Southern Crown Distributors.jpeg “We are incredibly thankful for the healthcare professionals and first responders that make the sacrifice to keep our communities safe and healthy not only in times of crisis, but every single day,” said Eddie Scott of Southern Crown Beverages.
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RECOVƎR 180 and other beverages donated to Garden City Police Department.

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