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Energy boost for shift workers and homeless

A distribution company is to donate $15,000 worth of energy drinks to shift workers and vulnerable people.

Naturally Inclined, a division of Bermy Distributors, will give away up 99 cases of electrolyte-rich Glow to police stations, care homes and other essential sectors.

Cases will also be delivered to homeless shelters, including the Berkeley Institute in Pembroke, which is being used as emergency housing.

A spokeswoman for Bermy Distributors said: “Their focus will be getting the products to those who need them most — individuals and groups that are working long hours, the various constabularies and, especially, those that need the beverages but are unable to afford them in these economic times.”

The spokeswoman said that the drink had electrolytes to keep workers hydrated and energised.

She added that the drink also had essential nutrients easily absorbed by people with weak immune systems.

The spokeswoman said: “As part of our ongoing commitment to those men, women and people in need of these hydration beverages within certain sectors of the community, Naturally Inclined by Bermy Distributors will continue to donate beverages throughout the month of April as this epidemic progresses and demand continues to grow.”

A Bermuda-based distributing company will donate $15,000 in electrolyte beverages to late workers and vulnerable people.

Naturally Inclined, a division of Bermy Distributors, will donate as many as 99 cases of the energy drink Glow to police stations, care homes and other essential sectors throughout the island.

The cases will also go to homeless shelters, including the Berkeley Institute, which is currently being used as a housing facility, to provide vulnerable persons with the drink.

A spokeswoman for Bermy Distributors said: “Their focus will be getting the products to those who need them most — individuals and groups that are working long hours, the various constabularies and, especially, those that need the beverages but are unable to afford them in these economic times.”

The spokeswoman said that the drink had electrolytes to keep workers hydrated and energised.

She added that the drink had essential nutrients that could easily be absorbed by people with weak immune systems.

The spokeswoman said: “As part of our ongoing commitment to those men, women and people in need of these hydration beverages within certain sectors of the community, Naturally Inclined by Bermy Distributors will continue to donate beverages throughout the month of April as this epidemic progresses and demand continues to grow.”

Sparkling energy drink Glow. (Photograph supplied)

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Published March 30, 2020 at 7:58 pm (Updated March 30, 2020 at 7:58 pm)

Energy boost for shift workers and homeless

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