Suns star Devin Booker’s all-natural sports drink Coco5 perfect for any activity
Apr 18, 2022, 10:14 AM | Updated: Apr 29, 2022, 8:18 am
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The NBA playoffs are here, and the summer is quickly approaching. For the world’s top athletes and everyone going through their daily routine, hydration will be key as the weather and competition heat up.
Devin Booker is leading the Phoenix Suns in pursuit of their first NBA championship while working to provide everyone proper hydration with Coco5.
Booker is the majority owner and ambassador of Coco5, a replenishing sports drink made with all-natural ingredients.
Its mixture of electrolytes and minerals, combined with less than half the amount of sugar used in Gatorade or BODYARMOR, provides ideal fuel for any activity.
Coco5 contains five electrolytes that keep the body functioning optimally, including calcium, potassium and magnesium.
If you are on the golf course, driving your child to practice or lounging by the pool, Coco5 will keep you going.
Coco5 comes in six flavors that deliver taste using real fruit juice: orange, pineapple, cherry, coconut, passion fruit and limón. It does not include artificial dyes, high-fructose corn syrup or genetically modified organisms (GMOs).
It’s no wonder why a team of current and former athletes partnered with Booker, including former Suns great Charles Barkley, Minnesota Timberwolves guard D’Angelo Russell and 2011 NBA MVP Derrick Rose.
Booker has put in a lot of effort to spread the word of Coco5’s benefits. He has interacted with retailers in the Valley, assisted with marketing campaigns and promoted the company on social media, according to Forbes.
Coco5 has quickly become the go-to for various professional and collegiate sports teams in North America and could be just the drink for Phoenicians gearing up for the hotter temperatures.
Coco5 is available at Fry’s locations throughout the Valley, including on 1st and Jefferson streets in Downtown Phoenix, right across from where Booker will show out on the biggest stage at Footprint Center.