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Author Topic: TAMPA TEEN BMX'ER SIGNS WITH DNA ENERGY  (Read 530 times)
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« on: March 15, 2009, 09:53:54 am »


Tyler Heinrichs of Tampa Bay signs national deal with a leader in the energy drink market

Official News Release

Tampa, Florida: 13 year old Tyler Heinrichs has become sort of a National Treasure. In less than two and a half years Tyler has climbed the rungs of the rookie, novice and expert class in the National Bicycle League (NBL). Competing in the USAC (United States of America Cycling Federation) and UCI (International Cycling Union) World BMX Championships in Taiyuan, China last May Tyler currently ranks 12th overall in the world. He is a great representative of the bay area.

DNA Energy was formed by a group of individuals who are just like the athletes they support. They were tired of tart tasting energy drinks and have been able to come up with an energy formula that tastes better than anything else on the planet. In three great flavors, Citrus, Lemon-Lime and Zero Carb Sugar Free Citrus DNA Energy packs a lot of flavor into every mouthful not to mention it's awesome energy boosting power. Available in Cricle K and 7-11 stores and Walgreens Pharmacies throughout Florida. This is a good fit for Tyler and DNA Energy. A young extreme athlete aligned with a young and promising drink company can only be a recipe for an awesome future for both.

Tyler has consistently amazed his trainers by finishing in the top five positions on the state, regional and national level. “Rarely do you see this type of speed and competitive drive from a kid at this age” states Bill Young, Tyler’s Track Director where he trains. Maintaining a place on the school Honor Role is also important to Tyler. “I know that doing well in school will be good for my future but it makes my parents happy” stated Tyler recently in a live radio interview.

Although Tyler is only 13 years old he is on track again to represent the United States in Adelaide, Australia for another World Ranking. BMX racing made its debut in the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, China as a medal sport. Tyler will be competing in DeSoto, Texas March 21st for a chance to be selected once again for Team USA.

If you would like more information about this topic, or to schedule an interview with Tyler Heinrichs, please call Art Heinrichs at 813-264-7434 or e-mail Art at sponsor.me@TylerHeinrichs.com
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