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Karen Krulas says ...
In the summer I am always hot, and these teas sound like an especially tasteful way to cool down. And organic, fair trade and helps others too. Can't lose.
07/28/2010 6:30:53 PM CDT
Ginny Ann Weinberger says ...
Too hoT. Terribly ThirsTea. Tired. dehydraTed. heaT lighTning. sweaT. TemperaTures climbing. Torturous Travels. Tea Therapy. Tea-rific!
07/28/2010 6:31:00 PM CDT
Brian Kass says ...
I'm in Phoenix, AZ, where it's a hundred and too many. It's so hot here, your sweat sweats! I mean you can't even walk barefoot outside for fear of 3rd degree burns. You can even BBQ directly on the sidewalk (don't worry, the heat will kill any germs). People tell you it's a dry heat, it's not as bad as humidity, blah, blah, blah...bologna! Dry heat, smry heat, it's HOT!! We could use a case of tea, that is if it doesn't evaporate by the time it gets here.
07/28/2010 6:31:06 PM CDT
Phillip Doucet says ...
I'm living in Jacksonville and the heat is unbearable. So for this reason...a nice cool glass of ice tea would be just fine.
07/28/2010 6:31:17 PM CDT
melinda says ...
my mom just went into a nursing home and I am in charge of cleaning out her home in the Boston area, the work is hard, hot and DIRTY. I look forward to icy ice tea breaks because my mums house does not have air conditioning and the temps have been in the low 90s and very humid. A case of ice tea would be great to stick in moms fridge so I can sip through out the day!
07/28/2010 6:27:47 PM CDT
Aaron P. Churchill says ...
I've been running all summer. I did a nike plus cardio challenge of 250 miles in six weeks (I ran 298). I've done a half marathon, a 5k, a 10k and another 10k at the end of august. There is nothing better than a cool refreshing glass of tea to come home to after a 14 mile run in 90 degree weather. :) Thank you for your time.
07/28/2010 6:27:16 PM CDT
Debbie M says ...
It's hot and humid here Ohio. Iced tea would sure hit the spot!
07/28/2010 6:26:20 PM CDT
gloria rothstein says ...
it's soo hot where I am because my bedroom air conditioner is broken. Attic fan only goes on when it feels like it. I am gone all day with the windows closed and the place baking. For some reason there is no breeze from outside. A fan just draws in hot air thick with humidity. I need some cooling off!
07/28/2010 6:26:06 PM CDT
MeganC says ...
Our friends live in a row home in the middle of the city and don't have any air conditioning. I'd love to pass on a case of iced tea to them to keep them cool.
07/28/2010 6:25:59 PM CDT
Sasha says ...
It sure is hot in Denver- we are a mile closer to the sun!
07/28/2010 6:25:23 PM CDT
Debra Talbott says ...
I need to win this case of tea because my family lives in Alabama & we love the outdoors(especially since our son is a Cub Scout)& the humidity alone is enough to curl our toes & our hair...It's hot, sticky & dehydration comes quickly, so why not have a soothing, cold glass of 365 Everyday Value Organic(which is always better)tea to make quinch our thirst & make us feel oh so cool. I love Whole Foods & even wanted to work there for there atmoshere, quality & large variety of the foods we ALL should be enjoying. Thank You, Debra Lee Talbott
07/28/2010 6:25:54 PM CDT
Kim says ...
Here in Los Angeles,our household drinks iced tea all year. We could especially use a case to get us through the onslaught of heat that August & September usually bring. That's right, just when you think it's safe to turn off your air conditioner, another heat wave comes. Hey, we may even need it to douse a wildfire, too, or refresh a firefighter!
07/28/2010 6:24:15 PM CDT
Andrew says ...
Washington, D.C. has had more days exceeding 100 degrees than I care to remember! Add to those temperatures shirt-soaking humidity, and it's impossible to go anywhere or do anything without proper hydration. I could easily see drinking 64 ounces of these teas each day. I imagine it would not hurt to maintain this rate of consumption year-round...
07/27/2010 5:29:05 PM CDT
David Shipman says ...
I live near Dallas, Texas. The reason why Texas is so hot is due to the fact that it is in a Temperate grassland Biome. A characteristic of this biome is little to no rain. But a major reason why this area is hot is because it is closer to the equator. And when you're neighboring summer vacation resorts, you notice that your eccrine glands go crazy like a rock star during an encore. And no doctor's orders to drink Dr. Pepper can solve this sticky situation, you need something better. You need a nice cool glass of 365 Everyday Value Organic tea. Cure heat stroke, a lack of antioxidants, and lack of deliciousness all in one cup. I may not be a doctor, but this college student sure knows that a nice bit of tea could do him some good.
07/28/2010 6:21:05 PM CDT
Summer Davis says ...
It's sooooooooo hot where I am because it is July in Alabama - need I say more:) I think I should win the case of tea because I'll recycle the bottles:)
07/28/2010 6:21:06 PM CDT
Kevin Weatherbee says ...
I live in Yuma, Arizona where we have 360 days of sunshine a year and some of the hottest temps on he face of the Earth! As a teacher I look forward to the summer off, but as a human being I hate the fact that those 2 months never dip below 105 at all during the day? I NEED the tea just to stay alive and sane!!!
07/28/2010 6:21:35 PM CDT
Eliza says ...
95 degrees with a heat index of 103. Welcome to Georgia summers! We love nothing more than cooling off with iced tea! Thanks for making it easy for us with your new teas. You know we'll be sitting on our porch in the evening sipping tea while the kids hunt fireflies and the frogs serenade us.
07/28/2010 6:22:09 PM CDT
kathy ely says ...
This is SO much better for your body then drinking a cola and having it destroy you.
07/28/2010 6:22:30 PM CDT
Sean says ...
It's so hot here in the suburbs of Philadelphia because we only get 2 days off between heat waves!
07/28/2010 6:22:52 PM CDT
Becky Ball says ...
Try living in Utah. Its a hot hot desert climate. Even the word desert sounds hot. I have to drink liquids all the time just to keep hydrated. I'm always thirsty even in an air conditioned buildings. Help! Let me win the case of tea.
07/28/2010 6:23:24 PM CDT
Michael Beahm says ...
Here in the South Bay it can get as hot as a cat on a hot tin roof, so I always look for something cool and refreshing to quench my thirst and settle me down after work. That's where an ice filled glass and some delicious Whole Foods tea comes in. A perfect combination on an otherwise imperfect day. Thanks Whole Foods!
07/28/2010 6:20:23 PM CDT
Mayme Gillham says ...
If I win this, it's all going to the teachers at my daughter's school as a special treat during the 100 degree weather that often hits Little Rock during the summer and early fall. Nothing is more refreshing than tea, and the gentle caffeine in tea is better lift in the hot afternoon than a cup of coffee and better for you than a soft drink. Fingers crossed!
07/28/2010 6:19:39 PM CDT
Linda says ...
Its sooo hot here in Wheeling, WV that the eggs fry themselves as soon as their hatched. Its so hot that even the air conditioner asked for ice. Its so hot that the dog days of summer started meowing.
07/28/2010 6:18:25 PM CDT
Alena Treat says ...
I'm a teacher in a middle school that has a VERY inefficient cooling system. Some of the classrooms have even reached over 100 degrees even with the air conditioner working. It is hard to think in this heat. A case of ice-cold tea would help the teachers to cool off and keep ourselves calm, coolER, and collected.
07/28/2010 6:17:26 PM CDT
Susan K says ...
Here in Northern Virginia, we have already had a record number of days with temperatures over 90 degrees. And as much as I prefer heat to cold, even I had to admit that the heat is just a BIT oppressive! Nothing like a cold bottle of organic ice tea to cool thing down! Thanks!
07/28/2010 6:17:38 PM CDT

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