Monster Hydro and Toyota Warrior OCR Series Team UpSubmitted by Viv Quann
GAUTENG, PRETORIA, - Advendurance CEO, Fritz Pienaar, today signed a deal that will see Monster Hydro become the Official Energy Drink brand to the successful Toyota Warrior OCR Series, powered by Reebok. This deal has come just in time for the launch of the upcoming Bloemfontein Toyota Warrior Race 2 on the 17th February 2018. This will be the first time a Warrior OCR race is being held in the Free State, marking this as an occasion to be celebrated. Advendurance, who are also owner-organisers of the popular Trailseeker MTB and Trailseeker Trail running series, and the annual Snowbike Festival hosted in Gstaad, Switzerland, said today that Monster Hydro energy drink is an excellent brand fit because it appeals to those who love sport and are aware that what they put into their bodies is what they get out. Said Pienaar,
“The Monster Hydro will appeal to those who love sports drinks, but also want the caffeine and other energy ingredients an energy drink provides. Monster Energy is a fantastic addition to our stable of sponsors that provide value-added products and services to our hard-working athletes. We are very excited to launch this collaboration.”The Monster Energy brand is big on the motorsports, action sports, music, and the gaming scene, supporting athletes and events around the world.
The Toyota Warrior Series is the biggest OCR events in the country providing World Championship qualifier OCR courses. Said Jonathan Channing, Marketing Manager Africa, Monster Energy, “We are really excited around the launch of Monster Hydro as the drink allows us to speak to a different consumer base than traditional Monster Energy drinks. When looking for the ideal partner to work with, we didn’t have to look further than the Toyota Warrior OCR series, whose participants definitely need to “refresh the beast” after the tough and gruelling course. Whether you are a Rookie, Commando or Black-Ops athlete, Monster Hydro will help you perform your best!”Monster Hydro, available in 3 flavours, Tropical Thunder, Mean Green and Manic Melon, is a non-carbonated, lightly-sweetened beverage formulated with caffeine and B vitamins. ###
Toyota Warrior Race 2018 Dates:
|Warrior 1||27 - 28 January||Riversands Farm, Johannesburg, Gauteng|
|Warrior 2||17 February||Maselspoort, Bloemfontein, Free State|
|Warrior 3||17 - 18 March||Tierpoort, Gauteng|
|Warrior Namibia||24 March||Midgard Country Estate, Windhoek, Namibia|
|Warrior 4||14 - 15 April||Stellenbosch, Western Cape|
|Warrior 5||14 - 15 July||Blythedale, KwaZulu-Natal|
|Warrior 6||11 August||Nelspruit, Mpumalanga|
|Warrior 7||20 - 21 October||Meerendal Wine Estate, Cape Town, Western Cape|
|Warrior 8||24 - 25 November||TBC, Gauteng|
Toyota WARRIOR, powered by Reebok, is back with mud and obstacles built to sustain and delight the thousands of athletes, large and small, tall and short, thin and large that are ready to challenge themselves having fun building better humans.
The event calls adventure seekers from all walks of life – whether a weekend WARRIOR or an elite athlete hoping to snatch up the series title. With a Rookie, Commando, and Black Ops category on offer, WARRIOR has something for everyone. Adventure seekers looking for some extra high-speed excitement have the option of entering the popular Reebok Sprint Race. A specifically designed children’s obstacle course will be available for little adventurers, as well as a WARRIOR Kids Zone under the supervision of child-minders.
There are some exciting things in store at the 2018 TOYOTA WARRIOR SERIES, powered by Reebok:
You can choose your own batch start times again, so enter soon to choose the batch you prefer. The theme for 2018 is Māori Warrior, so expect to see a lot of tattoos and funky designsSprint Race: we have changed the Sprint Race format to make it more exciting and involve more age categories.Two one-day action packed events added in Bloemfontein and Nelspruit Warrior is going International! On 24 March 2018 we will be hosting a Toyota Warrior event in Windhoek, Namibia. Entries opening soon!