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Pat White Joins Rehydrate Team

Morgantown, West Virginia: Rehydrate, a new healthy sport drink, is proud to announce that Pat White has joined the team. The former West Virginia University football player will be working with Rehydrate to actively promote the brand in West Virginia and work as Senior Vice President of Marketing and Product Performance. According to Rehydrate CEO, Coach Zack Gottfried, “I am so excited to announce Pat White’s exclusive affiliation with Rehydrate. I had the privilege of working with Pat White while attending WVU and working daily with the quarterbacks on the football team. Pat is the ideal partner, he is honest, caring, sincere, a great Mountaineer that is embraced by the state of West Virginia. As we are both WVU alumni and love the Mountain State, we are launching Rehydrate as West Virginia’s own sports drink.”

Rehydrate is a new healthy sports drink that was created by scientists and athletes as a healthy way for people to rehydrate without adding sugar, fats, caffeine or unnecessary calories. The drink has three times the electrolytes and twice as many vitamins as the competition. Rehydrate helps to replenish athletes, coal miners as well as everyday consumers who want a healthy boost. The brand is projected to catch on quickly, and White will be working on some exciting promotions in upcoming months.

White played as a quarterback for WVU from 2005 to 2009, from which he went on to play for the Miami Dolphins from 2009-2010. He was the MVP for the Fiesta Bowl, Senior Bowl, Meinicke Car Care Bowl, and the Gator Bowl. White was the only quarterback in NCAA history to win four consecutive bowl games including the Sugar Bowl. Additionally, he was the first team All-Big East player of the year as well as WVU MVP.  Pat White stated “I am very honored and proud to be a part of the REHYDRATE team and their efforts in creating a healthy alternative for sports drinks dedicated to Mountaineers…..wherever you may be!!!”

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Jeremy Simon
Founder and publisher of, Jeremy is also a contributor to USA Today as well as covers the Mountaineers for Athlon Sports. Follow on Twitter @JSi07
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