Aly Raisman to Inspire Young Gymnasts

Nestle’s Poland Spring brand natural spring water and two-time Olympic gold-medalist Aly Raisman will be at the American Cup at the DCU Center in Worcester, Mass. to celebrate her preparations for 2016 with fans.

Poland Spring was Raisman’s first New England sponsor after returning from London in August of last year. “Poland Spring shares in my vision to be the best I can be both in and out of the gym,” said Raisman.

Raisman will greet fans at the American Cup, including twenty gymnasts from Brestyan’s American Gymnastics Club, the gym where Raisman trained prior to London.

She will provide advice to inspire young gymnasts, including a glimpse into how she will prepare for 2016. Over the next three years of training, Aly will complete an estimated 9,300 beam routines, 56,000 back handsprings, 280,000 core exercises, and, to stay refreshed and hydrated, she will consume over 469 gallons of water.

“We’re so proud of Aly’s accomplishments and enthusiasm,” said Seona Skwara, senior brand activation manager. “She continues to inspire individuals on their own journey to achieve their goals and we are thrilled to see Aly share and talk to her fans about how hard work defines being their best.”

With 36 years of experience in the bottled water segment, Nestle Waters North America is the nation’s leading bottled water company.

It produces six regional natural spring water brands in the U.S., distributes three international brands, produces Nestle Pure Life, its nationally distributed purified bottled water, and most recently, added ready-to-drink iced teas.

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