Nuun and Company Rallies Around Diane Goethals' Fight with Breast Cancer

Nuun and Company Rallies Around Diane Goethals' Fi
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Nuun and Company Rallies Around Diane Goethals’ Fight with Breast Cancer
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August 8, 2013—Nuun and Company will be supporting the Goethals’ 24-Hour Challenge, a 24-hour soccer game and relay that will raise money to pay for medical expenses for Megan Goethals’ mother, Diane Goethals, who is fighting a tough battle with breast cancer.
Nuun will be providing delicious and portable electrolyte hydration for the event.
The event was inspired to show support for Diane Goethals, who has been an integral member of the soccer and running community in the Goethals’ hometown of Rochester, Michigan. Set to take place August 11-12, 4pm-4pm, more information about the 24-hour event can be found here:

Through the end of August when you order any 4-pack of Nuun at and check out with code NuunGoethals, Nuun will donate 50% of each 4-pack purchased to the Goethals. You will also receive a free Susan G. Komen for The Cure hydration bottle.

Megan Goethals is a standout distance runner at the University of Washington and a key member of the running community. If you’ve ever seen Megan Goethals race (Footlocker champ 2009, multiple-time All-American), it’s full of heart, passion and desire. She rallies incredible strength every time she steps on the starting line.

But now we’ve learned, it’s not just her—it’s the strength of her entire family—the Goethals’ Strength.

Hydrate with Nuun and know that you are supporting Diane Goethals’ continued strength in her fight with breast cancer.

About Nuun

Nuun and Company, based in Seattle, WA, is the pioneer of electrolyte enhanced drink tablets that turn water into an optimally balanced sports drink without the sugars and plastic waste of traditional sports drinks. Founded in 2004, Nuun is used by the world’s best athletes and enthusiasts in running, cycling, triathlon, golf, outdoor, and general fitness. Nuun Active Hydration is now the #1 selling sports drink product in bike, run, outdoor specialty and outdoor chain stores. In May 2012, Nuun introduced Nuun All Day, a new line of vitamin---enhanced drink tablets for healthy, daily hydration anytime. Nuun All Day is also a great substitute for kids to replace juices or beverages high in sugar and artificial ingredients. Nuun is sold in over 6,000 outlets in the US and available in over 30 countries. To learn more and find stores in your local area, visit

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