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Red Bull Racing teams up with AeroSlim for Japan

  • Published on 24 Sep 2015 15:38
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  • By: Rob Veenstra

Infiniti Red Bull Racing is pleased to announce a partnership agreement with AeroSlim, for this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix. As an official race partner, AeroSlim will see its logos feature on the overalls and fireproof underwear of drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Daniil Kvyat throughout the race weekend.

AeroSlim is part of the WRS group of companies, a Japanese leader in the fields of cosmetics and health foods. Available in 20 countries around the globe, AeroSlim is a herbal breath freshener and mouth cleanser, which also has properties that allow it to break down body fat. In an interesting parallel with Red Bull, the herb which is at the basis of AeroSlim was actually discovered in Thailand, where it is used in a special tea taken by people trying to give up smoking.

The President and CEO of WRS, Mr. Huh Sun Jung, said: "The WRS group are pleased to partner with Infiniti Red Bull Racing for this year's Japanese Grand Prix to promote the benefits of our AeroSlim products. AeroSlim herbal products are proven to bring balance, harmony and health to our consumers. AeroSlim products also assist with calorie intake, and in conjunction with regular exercise, can help consumers reach and maintain their weight loss."

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