Published On: Mon, Jul 29th, 2019

Brita Cool Joins Boca Raton FC as Main Sponsor

Boca Raton, FL — Boca Raton Football Club is delighted to announce that Brita Cool has signed to become the main sponsor for Boca Raton FC.

Brita Cool utilizes innovative technology to address exertional heat-related illness by enhancing the body’s own thermoregulatory process. Their system uses electrostatic technology to evenly coat the entire body with a thin layer of water, which assists in the reduction of heat-related illnesses by keeping athletes cool, aiding in quicker recovery and ready to perform at peak capacity.

“We are so excited about our partnership with Brita Cool,” said Boca Raton FC president, Douglas Heizer. “Brita Cool is with some of the best local teams, such as Florida Atlantic University, and having them join the Boca Raton FC family was a no-brainer.”

The Brita Cool logo is proudly displayed across the chest of both the primary and alternate Boca Raton FC jerseys, and as the main sponsor in the Boca Raton FC site.

“Brita Cool is thrilled to support the Boca Raton FC,” said Chief Operations Officer, Keri Lestage, PhD. “We got into this business to educate athletes on the importance of proper hydration and maintaining a stable body temperature, both of which are fundamental to top performance. Brita IS hydration and coupled with our evaporative cooling technology, we offer a winning solution to keep our athletes performing at their best.”

“We have been using the Brita Cool System at practices and games and for us having a way to cool players is very important due to the extreme South Florida heat,” says head coach Jim Rooney. “The System just gives our players more benefits and shows how serious Boca Raton FC are when it comes to giving our players the best.”

Boca Raton FC is currently gearing up for the 2019 UPSL Fall Season, and a 2020 U.S. Open Cup run that will begin later this fall.

Follow Boca Raton FC online at bocaratonfc.com, as well as facebook, twitter, and Instagram to stay up to date with the club.

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