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Twitterpitch: @natlskipatrol & @surgexsports have partnered to help patrollers fight the damaging effects of exercise
Lakewood, Colo. (November 11, 2011) – Inergetics, a company that manufactures the Surgex nutritional supplement, has partnered with the National Ski Patrol (NSP) to provide NSP patrollers with a sports nutrition formula to assist them in reducing the damaging effects of exercise, levels of stress, inflammation, and fatigue, as well as to protect lean muscle mass. This Surgex formula is scientifically designed to increase stamina, improve endurance, and quicken recovery time so patrollers can hit the hill hard every day
“We are happy to announce that Surgex has become the Official Nutritional Partner of the National Ski Patrol,” said NSP Executive Director Tim White. “Surgex will be a valuable part of helping patrollers serve the public at maximum efficiency in the often harsh conditions they work in on the slopes.
“We are deeply honored to have entered into a strategic partnership as the Official Nutritional Partner for the 28,000 members of the National Ski Patrol,” stated Mark Mirken, CEO of Inergetics. “The skiing public, which is extremely active, is loyal to the NSP.”
NSP patrollers can purchase Surgex products on the NSP Pro Page at a discounted rate. For more information about Surgex, go to http://www.surgexsports.com/products/product_overview.php.
National Ski Patrol Website: http://www.nsp.org/
National Ski Patrol Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/NationalSkiPatrol
National Ski Patrol Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/NatlSkiPatrol
Surgex website: http://www.surgexsports.com
Online Press Release: http://www.pitchengine.com/nationalskipatrol/surgex-sponsors-national-ski-patrol
About the National Ski Patrol
The National Ski Patrol is a federally-chartered nonprofit membership association dedicated to serving the public and the mountain recreation industry. For 73 years, the NSP has been at the forefront of safety and emergency care education programs. The association’s 28,000 members represent 98 percent of the nation’s patrollers.