SmartPower Fuels The WCF Charity Softball Tournament

May 23, 2007 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports News
Earlier this month, Smart Energy Enterprises hit a home run for the kids. The company participated in the eighteenth annual Worker’s Children’s Fund charity softball tournament, donating fifty percent of their profits to the charity as well as several cases of drinks to the tournament raffle.

"We like to support causes and organizations that contribute to a thriving community. The Worker’s Children’s Fund provides needed additional resources to the abused and neglected children of San Francisco receiving support services through the Department of Health Services," says Mark Michael Lewis, CEO of Smart Energy Enterprises and the maker of SmartPower™ Energy Drinks. “It is an honor to be a part of one their biggest fundraising events of the year,” continues Lewis, “And as a Bay Area business, we want to support groups that are close to home.” The WCF tournament is made up of teams from many departments of the City and County of San Francisco, as well as other community groups, all coming together in the spirit of giving for a weekend of fun and competition. The tournament raises approximately $10,000 annually.

SmartPower™ Energy Drinks are the original “smart” energy drink, offering a more pleasurable experience than any other energy drink. The drink’s patent pending formula works with your body's natural biochemistry to transform how your brain processes that caffeine, virtually eliminating its negative side effects. Its special neural regulators enhance the pleasurable effects of caffeine so that you feel better when it is active, and replenish the neurotransmitters that caffeine burns so you aren't depleted and don't crash when it wears off.

“We hope that in participating in the tournament we’ll not only raise people’s awareness about the WCF’s valuable work, but also turn people on to a better kind of energy drink,” says Lewis. “That way everybody wins.”

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