17th November 2019
Plymouth Argyle delighted to announce iPro Hydrate as their Official Hydration Partner.
Plymouth Argyle is delighted to announce iPRO Hydrate as their Official Hydration Partner for the next two years.
iPRO Hydrate is fast becoming the leading supplier of healthy hydration drinks in the sporting community. From professional through to grass-roots clubs both in the UK and internationally, the drinks supplier has gained an excellent reputation for its healthy product - which is free of artificial colours, sweeteners and flavours.
Argyle’s Head of Fitness and Conditioning, John Lucas, was instrumental in forging the partnership with the healthy hydration company. He said,
“I am really pleased to have iPRO on board as our official hydration partner. iPRO will provide electrolyte drinks and water for our first team squad which will support our hydration strategy across training and match days."
iPRO Hydrate Commercial Manager, Lucy Darrall, adds:
“We are proud to partner with Plymouth Argyle and provide players with our informed sport approved hydration drinks. It is important for professional athletes to stay hydrated on both match days and in training with a low sugar product."
“It is great that we are able to offer Argyle supporters a healthy drink now that iPRO Hydrate is on sale in stadium and we look forward to supporting the club and fans more in the future.”
Argyle’s Head of Commercial Operations, James Greenacre, added:
“I am delighted to welcome another industry-leading brand on board as our official hydration partner.”
“I am looking forward to working with iPRO Hydrate in the coming years, and especially excited to see the benefits of their involvement on the pitch.”
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