Baltimore Kings News Release - www.baltimorekings.com
Friday June 30, 2017
BALTIMORE, MD –
The Baltimore Kings are pleased to announce BODYARMOR as the official sports drink of the Baltimore Kings Pro Soccer Club.
BODYARMOR is a better-for-you hydration option to the traditional sports drink. It has more electrolytes, higher in vitamins and potassium, lower in sodium, contains coconut water, naturally sweetened with pure cane sugar, natural flavors and no colors from artificial sources. Many other sports drinks are high in sodium, low in potassium, have artificial flavors and colors with little to no nutrients.
The Baltimore Kings join an exclusive list of professional athletes on TEAM BODYARMOR. Some of those athletes include James Harden, Anthony Rizzo, Klay Thompson, Mike Trout, and Skylar Diggins-Smith.
"We are very excited to announce BODYARMOR as the Official Sports Drink of the Baltimore Kings. BODYARMOR stands out as a leader in hydrating and refueling athletes that want to consistently perform at the highest level. We look forward to teaming up with Body Armor to provide our players and fans a superior product,” said Josh Danza, Owner and Chairman of Baltimore Pro Soccer, LLC.
BODYARMOR’s number one selling SuperDrink will be sold at Saturday’s Semi-Pro Futsal game at AACS - 109 Burns Crossing Road, Severn, MD 21144. The game starts at 3 p.m.
FREE ADMISSION for all kids under 12 years old.
BODYARMOR will be sold at all Baltimore Kings home games.
To learn more about BODYARMOR, visit their website at drinkbodyarmor.com.
The Baltimore Kings Pro Team will operate as an independent, event-based club and will play their first professional game in the Summer of 2017.
We will take a conservative, controlled, and personal approach to win one supporter at a time and build a successful professional soccer club in Charm City. In Baltimore's history, there have been over 20 failed professional soccer clubs. Unlike other league systems around the world, winning does not ensure longevity. Professional soccer leagues in the United States currently do not allow for promotion and relegation among teams and even in years immediately after winning a championship, clubs have folded. Success on the field is one of many objectives for the Baltimore Kings, but more importantly it is paramount to create and maintain a strong foundation to base our achievements.