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Bear Grylls

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We have teamed up with Bear Grylls to bring Aquaçai to more people worldwide.

As a survival expert Bear knows the importance of staying strong, healthy and hydrated. Bear also knows that all water is not the same – Aquaçai is water at its purest, straight from the rainforest.
 
Bear’s sense of adventure makes him a perfect partner for Aquaçai – the team searched the globe for five years to find an artesian source that would provide the quality of mineral water desired.
 
Bear shares our passion for Aquaçai and will play a lead role in sharing the Aquaçai story with the world.

 

About Bear Grylls

Edward Michael "Bear" Grylls ( Born June 7, 1974) is a British adventurer, writer and televisión presenter. He is best known for his televisión series Man vs. Wild.

He is also involved in a number of televisión series in the United Kingdom and the United States. He has become known around the world as one of the most recognized faces of survival and outdoor adventure.

On May 17 2009, The Scout Association announced Grylls would be appointed as Chief Scout following the end of Peter Duncan´s five year term in July 2009. He is the tenth person to hold  the position and the youngest Chief Scout at age 35 since the role was created for Robert Baden-Powell in 1920."

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