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Steve Slaton Joins Rehydrate Team

rsz_pat_and_rehydrateMorgantown, West Virginia; Rehydrate a new healthy sports rehydration that is sweeping the state of West Virginia is proud to announce the addition of Steve Slaton to its team. The former West Virginia University football player will be working with Rehydrate to actively promote the brand in West Virginia. According to Rehydrate CEO, Coach Zack Gottfried, “I am so excited to announce Steve Slaton’s exclusive affiliation with Rehydrate. I had the privilege of working with Steve Slaton (as well as Pat White) while attending WVU and working daily with the offense on the football team. Words do not express the chills I get seeing “5” and “10” (nickel and dime) competing together on the same team again in West Virginia.”

Slaton signed on to the Rehydrate team because he believes in Rehydrate’s concept of being the healthy alternative sports rehydration drink with no sugar, no calories, no caffeine and no fats.

Rehydrate was created by Coach Gottfried and scientists 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 has been catching on quickly, and Slaton will be working on some exciting promotions in upcoming months.

Slaton played as a running back for WVU from 2005 to 2008, from which he went on to play for the Houston Texans (2008-2011) and Miami Dolphins. Slaton ranks first all time in rushing touchdowns in WVU history (50), ranks first all time in total touchdowns in WVU history (55) and ranks first all time in total points by a non kicker in WVU history (318). According to Slaton, “Being able to be a part of the rehydrate team is an honor, especially it being a West Virginia focused company. West Virginia showed so much love and support and continues to do so. Being a mountaineer and staying with family is what it’s all about.”

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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