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BiPro® andTB12®
The TB12 Sports Therapy Center was created to bring Tom Brady’s method of training to athletes who aspire to be the best they can be. The TB12 Method is a proven approach to help people reach and maintain their peak levels of per- formance. Developed by Brady and his body coach, Alex Guerrero, their revolu- tionary approach to wellness in the areas of nutrition and supplementation, as well as physical and mental fitness training, have helped athletes maximize their po- tential and maintain peak performance levels.
Alex originally reached out to BiProUSA in December of 2012, by submitting an affiliate form for a new performance center that he was opening in Utah by
the name of Studio HV. After several conversations with Alex, he shared that he had started a new project and wanted to inquire if BiPro would be interested in a co-packing/co-branding opportunity. Representatives from BiProUSA traveled to the TB12 Sports Therapy Center, while under construction, and met with Alex, Tom and Tom’s wife, Gisele, to discuss the specifics of the project. Alex specifically handpicked BiPro for the TB12 Protein because he feels that it is the best whey protein isolate on the market.
The TB12 Sports Therapy Center opened in 2014 and currently assists profession- al athletes, amateur athletes and individ- uals, of all ages, seeking to improve their
health and
well-being.
The center
has been so
successful
that they are
now looking into the possibility of open- ing new locations in major U.S. cities, like Miami, Los Angeles, and Boston. There have also been talks of expanding internationally to Europe and Brazil. n
Happenings
Polar Plunge Jump!
On February 7th in St. Peter, MN, Davisco sponsored a team in the Special Olympics Minnesota Polar Plunge. Led by Kev- in Swahn, Andrew Paulsen, Alecia Hammer, Nicole Brattelid, Michael Payne, Jordan McShane, Angela Shotliff, Mike Bart- lett, Michelle Medina and Jon Garberich. They were broken into two groups of five.
Every Plunge makes a difference for over 8,000 Special Olym- pics Minnesota athletes. Special Olympics Minnesota offers
children and adults with intellectual disabilities year-round sports training and competition. Through Special Olympics’ athletic, health and leadership programs, people with intellec- tual disabilities transform themselves, their communities and the world. Funds raised through the Polar Plunge help to sup- port programs such as Young Athletes, Unified Sports, Healthy Athletes and Athlete Leadership Programs, to name a few. n
Remembrance
Brian Bergemann
Brian Bergemann passed away at his fam- ily home, Saturday, June 27, 2014.
Brian was born on August 14, 1977 in Mankato to Waldo and Nadene (Lehnert) Bergemann. He graduated from Mankato East High School in 1996 and from South Central Technical College in 1998 with a degree in Computer Science. Brian was employed with the Davis family of compa-
nies for over 15 years, working with Davisco Foods, Cambria, Davis Family Dairies, Cambria Mortgage, and Sun Country Airlines as a senior information technology specialist. Brian was extensively involved in all aspects of IT within these com- panies. He had a special working relationship with both the Davis family and their management teams on both personal and professional levels. Brian was liked by all who met him. n
Kim Mullins
Kimberly Page Mullins, 45, passed away Thursday, November 13, 2014, from an automobile accident in Jerome, Idaho.
She was born August 6, 1969, in Longmont, Colo., to Ronald and Linda (McMillian) Mullins. Kim grew up in Twin Falls, Idaho. She graduated from Twin Falls High School in 1987. She later attended college at College of Southern Idaho, where she became a certified traffic flagger. Kim worked as a bar- tender at the Klover Klub for eight years. Kim later began working for the Jerome Cheese Company in 2012 and was a current employee when she passed. She made many friends during her time with Davisco. n
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