AdvoCare recently announced the signing of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes II as an AdvoCare Product Endorser.
The 23-year-old star, who is a candidate for this year’s MVP award, is an avid fan of AdvoCare products, having used the supplements as part of his health and performance regimen throughout his career. Originally from Tyler, Texas, Mahomes has been surrounded by people who used AdvoCare products, including his mom. He utilized the company’s Spark, among other products, before games during his college career. Once he joined Kansas City, he saw the extensive range of AdvoCare products and the huge role they played in the locker room.
“I am ecstatic to be professionally playing the game I love and representing a company that has helped me get where I am today,” said Mahomes. “Performing to the best of my ability—to be the leader my team and the Chiefs Kingdom deserves—is of utmost importance to me. It feels great to endorse a line of products I know bring real results, and the ‘family-first’ vibe AdvoCare champions makes me extremely proud to be a part of this company.”
“Showtime,” as Mahomes is nicknamed, is joining an impressive roster of AdvoCare Product Endorsers. The current line-up includes fellow NFL players Drew Brees of the New Orleans Saints, David Johnson of the Arizona Cardinals, Andy Dalton of the Cincinnati Bengals and Alex Smith of the Washington Redskins, as well as Trevor Harris of the CFL Ottawa Redblacks.
AdvoCare’s founder, Charlie Ragus, also played for the Kansas City Chiefs. He was a defensive end for the team during the 1960s. It was during his playing days that he developed a great appreciation for the impact nutrition could have on performance, which ultimately led to the creation of AdvoCare and the company mission: “We Build Champions.”