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‘Run For Their Lives’ (RFTL) powered by 100PLUS Isotonic Drink

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100PLUS is part of Zahra International’s product portfolio and is an isotonic drink that is renowned for offering optimal hydration and replenishment

100PLUS, a leading isotonic sports drink, which is marketed and distributed by Zahra International in Sri Lanka, partnered with ‘Run For Their Lives’, the annual 5km marathon conducted to raise funds for the National Cancer Institute in Maharagama. The event was recently held in Colombo andwas attended by thousands of runners, sports enthusiasts, students and well-wishers alike, who come together annually in support of the RFTL cause. All participating runnerswere kept hydrated and energized by a supply of 100PLUS beverages. 100PLUS is a thirstquencherthat gave the participants an extra boost of energy throughout the race.

Commenting on the event and 100PLUS’ partnership with RFTL, Muffadal Patel – Proprietor, Zahra International said “We are extremely honoured that we had the opportunity to partner with ‘Run For Their Lives’ and keep all the runners hydrated and energized throughout the marathon. The 100PLUS product range offers individuals a quick and effective form of hydration and replenishment. Our brand values are also rooted in promoting healthy, fit and active lifestyles, which is why we truly wanted all of the runners to be at their very best and fully geared to support this worthy cause.”

100PLUS is the ideal beverage for powering busy professionals, active youth, runners and athletes who need to hydrate their bodies and stay energized throughout the day. The beverage can be consumed on a regular basis by individuals who are passionate about embracing a fit, healthy and active lifestyle. 100PLUS is ranked as Malaysia’s No.1 isotonic beverage and is currently available in leading supermarkets in lemon lime and orange flavours. A 500 ml PET bottle of 100PLUS can be purchased for the affordable price of Rs. 340/- per bottle. 

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