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Client True Drinks had their national debut on Fox Business News!  

CEO of True Drinks Lance Leonard talks about the benefit of his new all natural drink AquaBall, sweetened with Stevia.  They discuss aspartame, sugar, and stevia and why True Drinks chose Stevia to sweeten their children’s drink.  Currently, the healthiest 0 calorie beverage for children on the market.

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Did you know that people spend more on back to school shopping than they do on Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Valentine’s Day and Easter combined?  One of Offers.com’s researched facts. 

AH! Media client Offers.com VP Howard Schaffer talks to CBS 2 in NYC about the best time to shop back to school.  Schaffer advices on how to find the best deals, the best ways to shop, and the biggest mistakes parents make!  

Be sure to check this out before you head to the stores. 

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Great Review For Client AquaBall in Organic Mommy Today!

Thanks Celeste for a fantastic review.  Click here to go to Organic Mommy Today, and here to learn more about AquaBall!  

REVIEW BELOW: 

My kids are water drinkers…for the most part. While I can make them drink water and teach them how important water is for their body I have a hard time getting them to WANT to drink water. That has all changed with thanks to AquaBall!

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About AquaBall

AquaBall was created with moms (and dads) in mind. Parents should (and need to)  make the best possible nutritional decisions for their kids. AquaBall is the a great solution to staying hydrated while having fun or during those in between times.

Read the Label!

We all know how important it is to read labels,and AquaBall is no exception to this. I did and I liked what I saw for sure.

“Vitamins B6, B12, B3 and Vitamin C…oh, and by the way, there is no high fructose corn syrup.”

For the review I was provided with a case of AquaBall water and I think my favorite part aside from the nutrition is they designs on the bottles suitable for boys and for girls. You can collect them all, they offer many kid favorites from Disney’s Cars, Princesses to the great Marvel superheroes like The Hulk, Spiderman, etc.

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The flavors available are Orange, Fruit Punch and  Grape…my favorite was the fruit punch granted it was the only one I could get a hold of . It was great watching the kids race to the refrigerator to grab a bottle ball of water. If your little ones are in school AquaBall would make a great addition to their lunch boxes as an added peace of mind that they are staying hydrated away from home.

Disclosure: I was provided one or more of the products mentioned above to facilitate this review. All opinions are 100% my own.

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Client Steve Schaffer, CEO of Offers.com was on point, informative, and offered great savings advice in an interview at ABC6 in Philadelphia with anchor & consumer reporter Nydia Han.
She called him “Honestly, the best retail expert/savings expert I’ve interviewed…… He was really great!” But we KNEW THAT! 
 The story on Back to School Savings and Planning airs THIS FRIDAY at 5:30 p.m. in Philly on 6ABC. If you’re not in philly be sure to check AH! Media’s Social Media.  We’ll post the link to the story on www.6abc.com. 
Great work Steve!  
Stay tuned… NYC is next!

Client Steve Schaffer, CEO of Offers.com was on point, informative, and offered great savings advice in an interview at ABC6 in Philadelphia with anchor & consumer reporter Nydia Han.

She called him “Honestly, the best retail expert/savings expert I’ve interviewed…… He was really great!” But we KNEW THAT!

The story on Back to School Savings and Planning airs THIS FRIDAY at 5:30 p.m. in Philly on 6ABC. If you’re not in philly be sure to check AH! Media’s Social Media.  We’ll post the link to the story on www.6abc.com.

Great work Steve!  

Stay tuned… NYC is next!

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We all know moms love our client’s AquaBall drinks, who wouldn’t!  But Mommy Katie has made it officially her choice for Texas Moms.  Click the pic for her full review.  Here’s some of what she had to say: 

These are great for one, they are water, for two they come in these fun balls that have your kids favorite characters on them, and for three for the fact that on top of your kids getting their hydration with these waters, they also get some added vitamins! Yes, added extras that are good for your kids. They are flavored, so not only will they like that they can get their favorite characters, whether you go for a girls princess pack, boys super hero pack or even the cool Monsters University pack, the waters also taste good. We took the two 12 packs that we were sent to a fun play date that we had, and not only did none of the kids not even hesitate to drink these, the moms were impressed by the fact that the AquaBalls hydrate and have added vitamins in them! So this summer, while the kids are outside playing, instead of trying to argue with them and trying to force them to drink water, get them some AquaBalls and make everyone happy!

We all know moms love our client’s AquaBall drinks, who wouldn’t!  But Mommy Katie has made it officially her choice for Texas Moms.  Click the pic for her full review.  Here’s some of what she had to say: 

These are great for one, they are water, for two they come in these fun balls that have your kids favorite characters on them, and for three for the fact that on top of your kids getting their hydration with these waters, they also get some added vitamins! Yes, added extras that are good for your kids. They are flavored, so not only will they like that they can get their favorite characters, whether you go for a girls princess pack, boys super hero pack or even the cool Monsters University pack, the waters also taste good. We took the two 12 packs that we were sent to a fun play date that we had, and not only did none of the kids not even hesitate to drink these, the moms were impressed by the fact that the AquaBalls hydrate and have added vitamins in them! So this summer, while the kids are outside playing, instead of trying to argue with them and trying to force them to drink water, get them some AquaBalls and make everyone happy!

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The ABCD Diaries gives our client, AquaBall, an A+!!!  Click the pic to check out their review.  Here’s an excerpt: 

What we thought:  A way to make drinking more water fun?  AquaBall does just that by lightly flavoring water and putting it in a fun ball-shaped water bottle and wrapping that cool bottle with images of super heroes, princesses and Disney characters.  This water bottle appeals to all ages and is a great way to keep kids cool and hydrated this summer.  We reviewed the grape and fruit punch varieites with a house full of kids ages 4-8 and they were a huge hit!  ABCD Diaries gives AquaBall an A+!

The ABCD Diaries gives our client, AquaBall, an A+!!!  Click the pic to check out their review.  Here’s an excerpt: 

What we thought:  A way to make drinking more water fun?  AquaBall does just that by lightly flavoring water and putting it in a fun ball-shaped water bottle and wrapping that cool bottle with images of super heroes, princesses and Disney characters.  This water bottle appeals to all ages and is a great way to keep kids cool and hydrated this summer.  We reviewed the grape and fruit punch varieites with a house full of kids ages 4-8 and they were a huge hit!  

ABCD Diaries gives AquaBall an A+!

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(via Recuerde hidratar a los niños ante la ola de calor - laopinion.com)

Click above for the article in Spanish.  Here is the English translation: 
Esmeralda Fabian-Romero / esmeralda.fabian @ laopinion.com

In days of intense heat like yesterday, which experts say will be the same for several days, it is important to keep well hydrated in a healthy way , to the smallest. This is giving them to drink water, not sugary drinks.
That is the message yesterday launched the educational development organizationWoodcraft Rangers in the city of South Gate, southeast of Los Angeles, where it is estimated the rate of obesity among children has increased from 17-20%.
"Much has to do sugary drinks in this obesity problem," said Jerry Garcia, coordinator of Woodcraft Rangers sports.
"This summer we are determined to tackle this problem in this community of South Gate, improving the lifestyle of children," he added. "We have to start with natural drinks keep them hydrated."
One way to attack the problem thinking against increased consumption of sugary drinksduring the hot season , is partnering with the natural beverage brand Aqua Ball.
A sample of these were distributed free yesterday over a hundred children in South Gate Park, which sports activities performed under a temperature of about 90 degrees fahrenheit.
"I feel I could take 50 bottles of this water, because it is rich," said Andrew Munoz, 10 years old, water bottles and vitamin-flavored non-caloric.
Valerie Lopez, one seventh grader Gage high school, her parents had a strong emphasis on drinking water or other healthy drinks.
"My sisters when they were girls taking pure soda and juices, now my parents do not want me to do the same because they do not want to get sick," he shared.
Alba Guevara, mother of a 10-month-old shared that at this age only gives her little water to keep well hydrated.
"But I know that as you grow, you will eventually want to juice and soda.’s On the monitor parents take something healthy," he said.
According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation , Americans consume on average 45 gallons of soda annually. Which is to consume 35 pounds of sugar.
In 2010, the World Health Organization, conducted a study that found that sugary drinks were responsible for the deaths of some 184 000 people in the world, to contribute to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.
"We know that water should be the first choice, yet we know that children look a little taste in beverages," acknowledged Robert Van Boerum, the company True Drinks , which states that for every sugary drink a child consumes , your risk of obesity increases by up to 60%.
"Latino children are more inclined to obesity, as we know, but we believe that if given healthy alternatives, opt for these instead of sugary drinks," said Van Boerum.

(via Recuerde hidratar a los niños ante la ola de calor - laopinion.com)

Click above for the article in Spanish.  Here is the English translation: 

Esmeralda Fabian-Romero / esmeralda.fabian @ laopinion.com

In days of intense heat like yesterday, which experts say will be the same for several days, it is important to keep well hydrated in a healthy way , to the smallest. This is giving them to drink water, not sugary drinks.

That is the message yesterday launched the educational development organizationWoodcraft Rangers in the city of South Gate, southeast of Los Angeles, where it is estimated the rate of obesity among children has increased from 17-20%.

"Much has to do sugary drinks in this obesity problem," said Jerry Garcia, coordinator of Woodcraft Rangers sports.

"This summer we are determined to tackle this problem in this community of South Gate, improving the lifestyle of children," he added. "We have to start with natural drinks keep them hydrated."

One way to attack the problem thinking against increased consumption of sugary drinksduring the hot season , is partnering with the natural beverage brand Aqua Ball.

A sample of these were distributed free yesterday over a hundred children in South Gate Park, which sports activities performed under a temperature of about 90 degrees fahrenheit.

"I feel I could take 50 bottles of this water, because it is rich," said Andrew Munoz, 10 years old, water bottles and vitamin-flavored non-caloric.

Valerie Lopez, one seventh grader Gage high school, her parents had a strong emphasis on drinking water or other healthy drinks.

"My sisters when they were girls taking pure soda and juices, now my parents do not want me to do the same because they do not want to get sick," he shared.

Alba Guevara, mother of a 10-month-old shared that at this age only gives her little water to keep well hydrated.

"But I know that as you grow, you will eventually want to juice and soda.’s On the monitor parents take something healthy," he said.

According to the Beverage Marketing Corporation , Americans consume on average 45 gallons of soda annually. Which is to consume 35 pounds of sugar.

In 2010, the World Health Organization, conducted a study that found that sugary drinks were responsible for the deaths of some 184 000 people in the world, to contribute to cardiovascular disease, diabetes and cancer.

"We know that water should be the first choice, yet we know that children look a little taste in beverages," acknowledged Robert Van Boerum, the company True Drinks , which states that for every sugary drink a child consumes , your risk of obesity increases by up to 60%.

"Latino children are more inclined to obesity, as we know, but we believe that if given healthy alternatives, opt for these instead of sugary drinks," said Van Boerum.