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carole says ...
It's sooo hot in Milwaukee that the bowling alleys flooded, roads ate up cars, streets turned into rivers, toilets were blowing up......people turned to beer, oh wait that's all the time. All we really needed was some cool ice Tea.
07/28/2010 5:53:00 PM CDT
Sam says ...
It's hot here in Cleveland because everyone is still steaming about the way LeBron announced his departure! As an individual largely indifferent to basketball, and therefore not one who is contributing to the heatwave, I think I might be among the deserving a case of free iced tea.
07/28/2010 5:53:10 PM CDT
Elena says ...
I'm a new PTA President and one of our Board's goals is to encourage healthier lifestyle choices in our students. I would like to use this case to show our students that organics can taste great! They don't need to change everything all at once, but drinking 365 Tea instead of soda would be a great start! We've sent a letter to our local store to try and partner with them for this initiative, but so far no answer. *sad face*
07/28/2010 5:54:35 PM CDT
Peggy says ...
Thanks for making a product we don't have to worry about drinking! It is hot here in DC.
07/28/2010 5:55:07 PM CDT
Danielle Robinson says ...
It's so hot here even my AC has quit working.
07/28/2010 5:55:07 PM CDT
Linda says ...
Here in Richmond, Virginia the temperatures have passed 100 degrees for several days in a row. Hot and dry and just the right time for a cold tea. And I don't like sweetened tea - sweeteners just cover up the taste of the tea.
07/28/2010 5:55:32 PM CDT
patti says ...
my son drinks alot of ur drinks he buys there love t win something i would drink ti too its so humid in tx austin when is winter coming he run s and marathons andwalks town lake and and going to medschool next aug and i never win anything
07/28/2010 5:56:13 PM CDT
Emme says ...
Why is it so hot where I am? Good question. A better question is why do I put up with the heat? I've lived here all of my life. My husband doesn't drink, so I think I should win the case of tea so he can enjoy a cold frosty one after we put the kids down for bed. We're party animals! ; )
07/28/2010 5:56:43 PM CDT
J. Ivy Boyter says ...
Here in Florida, it's 78 degrees by the time we're waking up to go to work and humidity is anywhere from 50% - 90% or more during the day. Our mid-afternoon/evening temperatures feel like it's 110 degrees! Even a 2 minute walk in the parking lot to work is enough to make you sweat and feel like your breath is being sucked out of you. A refreshing tea would be welcomed!
07/28/2010 5:56:54 PM CDT
helen j hoang says ...
good cool ice tea
07/28/2010 5:57:14 PM CDT
Elaine Rubin says ...
Chicago has had some of the hottest days this summer. Iced tea is refreshing and a great way to cool off!
07/28/2010 5:57:38 PM CDT
Mary Migliorelli says ...
It's so hot-hot-HOT here at Salt Lake Community College because our students are the talent pipeline for the economic engines that drive Utah's economy: biotech, health sciences, energy manangement, and digital media. Pour yourself an ice-cold glass of tea and visit www.slcc.edu to explore these new careers. Or if you're already a successful tech entrepreneur, support our talented students by making a scholarship donation. What happens next is up to you...
07/28/2010 5:57:49 PM CDT
Suzanne says ...
Can't wait to try it! hot and humid in NH
07/28/2010 5:57:54 PM CDT
Jennifer says ...
I'm in Phoenix and it is July - enough said! :) The teas sound refreshing.
07/28/2010 5:58:01 PM CDT
Betsy says ...
Even hot tea is refreshing in hot weather, but a case of tea to turn into cold tea--oh my, just the thought cools me off here in tropical northern Virginia. But let's not forget to thank climate change for the record snows and record heat of 2010 in this part of the globe.
07/28/2010 5:58:11 PM CDT
Stephanie Torres says ...
Well it is unseasonably un-hot here in late sun, cool breeze Santa Barbara. Regardless of this drop in the weather, we still would like to enjoy something cool to drink after a hard days work in the garden, and generally working around the house. Oh and of course taking the girls out and about participating in the Fiesta duties as Fiesta Flower Girls and Senoritas, welcoming all those venturing to Santa Barbara for Old Spanish Days Fiesta. Viva La!
07/28/2010 5:58:33 PM CDT
Blayne says ...
It was in the 90's here today. At this very moment sweat is dripping down my neck.It just started raining, but that has only increased the humidity. I'd like a case of tea to stay hydrated. I'll need ice cubes too. Thanks. :-)
07/28/2010 5:58:42 PM CDT
maureen says ...
I've been traveling this summer, and have seen more than my share of hot, summer weather. Drove from Wisconsin (where we live) to Pennsylvania--beautiful mountains! Then on to Virginia/Washington and super hot weather...105 was a bit much. On to Charleston and that amazing ocean breeze, back through the Carolinias, Kentucky, and to the midwest. Now I'm in Albuquerque, where a late monsoon has warm and more humid weather than usual! My cury hair is out of control! So I would love to win the case of tea and cool off by the pool. Happy Sumer!
07/28/2010 5:58:51 PM CDT
Allison says ...
It's quite warm here in Madison, Wisconsin. Plus all that humidity. It would be nice to just be able to sit back and relax with a delicious bottle of Whole Foods tea.
07/28/2010 5:58:53 PM CDT
Katie Ryan says ...
I think I should win a case of tea "1 because I LOVE tea! I especially love Whole Foods 365 Tea. I drink it every day. The second reason is that I live in hot, hot Fresno, CA. If I won a case then I could share it with my friends when we take our kids to the park.
07/28/2010 5:59:07 PM CDT
michele says ...
It hasn't been too hot here in in southern california (yet). Still enjoying the nice weather. But that's not to say that it won't get hot. We've still got another month or two to go before summer actually ends. And it would be great to just sit back and enjoy this wonderful weather, hot or not, with a glass of iced tea! :)
07/28/2010 5:59:12 PM CDT
David says ...
It's been soooo hot & humid here in Maine. I wilt in the heat and humidity. This looks so refreshing. What a delicious way to beat the heat!
07/28/2010 5:59:48 PM CDT
Rita C. says ...
It's SO hot and humid here in Delaware! What's worse is our AC doesn't work. What's even more terrible is that there is NO Whole Foods in Delaware! So, please help me! :)
07/28/2010 6:00:40 PM CDT
Rosario says ...
I live in Azusa, it sometimes gets over 100 degrees because we're close to the San Gabriel mountains. I would love to have a nice refreshing glass of ice cold iced tea to keep my husband and myself nice and cool in a HOT summer evening. What I love the most about the idea of being able to get these particular teas is that they are unsweetened. Second, that they are made with people and the environment in mind.
07/28/2010 6:00:51 PM CDT
Claire says ...
It's sooooo hot where I am... because I'm a mom to 4 wild sweaty but sweet kids that like to sit close!
07/28/2010 6:01:18 PM CDT

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