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Michele says ...
This would be so refreshing for such a hot summer.
07/28/2010 5:02:53 PM CDT
mike garcia says ...
pick me
07/28/2010 5:03:09 PM CDT
Steve says ...
I own a small landscaping and lawn care company named Perfect World Landscapes, LLC here in Nashville ,TN. I have five employees that work outdoors 8 hours a day, 5 days a week in summer temperatures with heat indexes of 100 or more, so we need all the refreshing tea we can get!
07/28/2010 5:03:30 PM CDT
Lisa Imerman says ...
I would love for you to come out with a Decaf variety of your bottled teas. Some herbal or naturally decaf teas would be great.
07/28/2010 5:03:42 PM CDT
Jeff Ray says ...
It's hot here because it is a DESERT! Plain and simple. I live on the eastern edge of the Great Basin Desert, very near The Great Salt Lake. It's always hot and dry here in the summer. It's so hot & dry that you can watch the rain fall from the thunderheads but none of it reaches the ground. All of the rain simply evaporates before hitting the ground. Hot and dry enough for you? And I feel I should win a case because it would be the nice thing to do, as I live on a fix budget. Bottled tea is a luxury for me. I would greatly enjoy the treat while I watch the rain evaporate ... *smile* thanks for making this giveaway possible, jeff.
07/28/2010 5:05:09 PM CDT
Leigh A. Peterson says ...
Glad to see so many people interested in making the right choices to stop this insane heat!
07/28/2010 5:05:35 PM CDT
Lisa Imerman says ...
Oh it is hot here and to top it off I have 4 kids who are hot and crabby. All this rain hasn't cooled it off but kept them inside at home. So what do we do, have a nice cool glass of iced tea and relax with a good book. Make a rainy, hot, humid day into a relaxing, kick back refreshing day and even though the rain keeps us inside, a book takes us to amazing places.
07/28/2010 5:05:52 PM CDT
vicki lorenz says ...
Thank you so much for the opportunity to enter! I love you Whole Foods!
07/28/2010 5:06:52 PM CDT
Garland DeCourcy says ...
It is VERY hot and humid here in the Virginia suburbs of DC. We are in the process of getting ready to move. And the house is FULL of stuff from our 12+ yrs here, & the stuff I crammed in from the 9+ from the last house. Had 2 more kids here & all there stuff. So it's not so much the humidity that'll do U in, as it is all the dust & odd toy pieces we keep finding.. as well as a few very oddly stashed Xmas ornaments.. how they got there we will never know. So the work is hard and trying, but some of that awesome tea would make it so much nicer. The Peach Oolong has me very excited (easily excited, though don't want to find that 1 Easter egg we never could seem to find, oh joy) Have a Happy Summer folks! ::cough, cough:: dust bunny swarm got me.
07/28/2010 5:08:26 PM CDT
Carl " tea" montalbano says ...
We are by the mountains, not by the sea. Our only salvation is refreshing Whole Foods tea!
07/28/2010 5:08:28 PM CDT
Julia says ...
It is sweltering in Chicago, especially without central air at home.
07/28/2010 5:09:38 PM CDT
Rebecca Marvil says ...
I live in Houston which every one knows is part of the "sweat belt". Need I say more? The more you sweat the more ice tea you need to drink. Anyway, iced tea is very southern...
07/28/2010 5:10:23 PM CDT
Lori says ...
well, it's the middle of summer, and we're in KC which is in the midwest, which is the most humid place on the planet right now. the heat index reaches over 100 degrees almost daily, and when it's not nucleic-ly warm, it's raining like cats and dogs from the crazy storm bursts. all a gal wants to do is kick back and enjoy some groovy new tea, from you ... to me!
07/28/2010 5:10:38 PM CDT
K. Weinstein says ...
We live in Boulder, Colorado. My son, who is 15, works outside every day, doing trails maintenance on the hiking trails in Boulder County. He could sure use an icy cold iced tea after work! The Whole Foods iced tea sounds great, organic and fair-traded. The flavors sounds yummy, too!
07/28/2010 5:11:28 PM CDT
C.D. says ...
We just moved to Texas after 4 years in London, and the heat has been the biggest shock of the move! We're switching to iced tea, because it's unbearable to drink hot tea in the Texas summer!
07/28/2010 5:12:32 PM CDT
Deborah says ...
I love iced tea! I even drink it in the winter. I usually make my own but it sure would be nice to win a case.
07/28/2010 5:13:11 PM CDT
Dragonkat747 says ...
Washington DC has seen it's longest streak of over 90 degree days in ages, and we've exceeded 100 several of those days. Plus the humidity! My lovely balcony, where my husband and I grow potted tomatoes, peppers, chard, mint and basil, faces west so from noon till sunset, we catch the worst of the heat and have to wait till dusk to enjoy our little urban oasis. A glass of crisp iced tea, complete with a little sprig of homegrown mint, would sure help us cool down a little faster!
07/28/2010 5:14:58 PM CDT
Suki says ...
It has been wickedly hot here in CT now for over 2 weeks. I drink iced tea everyday which at least helps in a heat wave...
07/28/2010 5:16:38 PM CDT
Rochelle Rickoff says ...
It's so freaking hot in Washington, DC that the pavement outside my building is actually melting! I usually make sweet iced tea myself, as I'm from South Carolina and the only way to drink tea is with sugar boiled into it...However, I'd be willing to try these teas a try if a case were free!
07/28/2010 5:18:01 PM CDT
Mitch Maltenfort says ...
I've become something of a connoisseur of heat. My last year in Chicago included the August of 1995. That was the one where the heat misery index went up to 120. After that, I spent four years in Phoenix, where the concrete acts as a heat sink. Phoenix never quite hit the misery level of Chicago, but it helped that I knew various survival tricks -- drink often, wear a hat with a wide brim, etc. Philaelphia's worse than Phoenix but not quite as bad as Chicago. One amenity Septa offers is the underground concourses from Comcast Center to Market East or to Broad and Locust. Keep the sun off. Again, drink often is a survival trick. That case of tea looks awfully good...
07/28/2010 5:18:04 PM CDT
Andrew Botticelli says ...
Record temperatures reached in Hoboken, NJ this summer!
07/28/2010 5:18:46 PM CDT
Laura says ...
I can't lie. I live in San Francisco and its been really chilly here. Our hot weather comes in October! But I really like tea. Iced tea. You should all come to SF to cool off.
07/28/2010 5:18:58 PM CDT
Sara says ...
It's a typical northern Illinois sweaty, humid summer. Does that bother my child? No. Is he old enough to be unleashed in the neighborhood on his own so I can stay inside with the AC blasting? I wish. So I sure could use some iced tea to keep me cool while I chase my kid around!
07/28/2010 5:19:40 PM CDT
Sue Swyt says ...
It's so hot, by the time the last t-shirt is hung on the clothesline, the first shirt is dry. It's hot enough to make a solar oven redundant. Both taps run hot. Asphalt is in it's liquid state. The vendors at the farmers market are featuring "pre-grilled" corn and "hard boiled" eggs. It's hot in Topeka!
07/28/2010 5:19:53 PM CDT
Melissa says ...
While not at hot as some other places, it's been unusually hotter here than normal this summer. I would greatly appreciate the case of refreshing organic, Whole Trade iced tea to share with my family and friends, to help us cool off! Not to mention, my son and daughter-in-law are expecting my first grandchild (a girl!) any day now, so I'm sure hot-flashes can't be far behind!
07/28/2010 5:19:55 PM CDT

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