CORDELE, Ga. (September 12, 2018) – It was announced today that Angelle Sampey of Team Liberty Racing would be teaming up with iWi, a plant-based omega-3 supplement company, heading into this weekend at the 34th annual Dodge NHRA Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway.
“iWi really loves the cool message behind Angelle,” iWi’s Vice President of Supply Chain Rick Fenner said. “A lot of our stuff is in the natural channel and we just gained distribution in Sam’s Club, which is huge for our fairly new company. We launched in Sam’s Club this week and we really thought our product was a perfect fit for Angelle and the message she has.”
“I’m on this mission to get fit and healthy and I was introduced to iWi a couple of months ago,” Sampey said. “I like the product a lot and I can tell a difference in how I feel since I started taking it. At first, it was a product sponsorship, but it has developed into something bigger. The reason I like it is
because I’m always looking for companies that I can genuinely support and that I believe in. I am excited to represent iWi because I use the product and I know it works.”
Sampey will represent iWi for the first three races in the NHRA Countdown to the Championship starting this weekend at the 34th annual Dodge NHRA Nationals in Reading, Pennsylvania.
More about iWi:
iWi is a premium wellness brand on a mission to revolutionize the way we nourish humanity and cultivate food by unleashing the potential of algae - sustainably producing important nutrients like omega-3 and protein using little more than arid land, salt water and the sun. By bringing responsibly farmed algae to consumers around the world, iWi is redesigning agriculture to sustainably feed everyone on this planet - in this generation and the next. The brand's first product line is a collection of vegan, non-GMO and 100% plant-based omega-3 supplements with best-in-class bioavailability, with high-protein products planned in 2019. The iWi brand is owned and operated by Qualitas Health, an industry leader in algae cultivation.
To learn more, visit https://iwilife.com/."