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The Proatmeal Kickstarter wraps up on the 31st of March! If the goal isn’t met make sure to visit the proatmeal.us website to purchase in the upcoming weeks

March 27, 2014 /MM-prReach/ —

The Proatmeal Kickstarter wraps up on the 30th of March! The Shuster brothers have had some great feedback from the community and have even discovered several markets where Proatmeal can do some good (post gastric bypass surgery patients). They were also proud their promotional video has been received well and viewed thousands of times on Kickstarter. Take a look: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/2119355062/proatmeal-the-worlds-greatest-power-food

Unfortunately it looks like the campaign will fall short of it’s goal, but not to worry! Proatmeal will be available for purchase via the www.proatmeal.us site at the end of April 2014.

Proatmeal has set up wholesale prices for brick and mortar locations and will offer discounts for US military, police/rescue, and NCAA athletes. Stay tuned to the www.proatmeal.us site for details.

The brothers have also been very lucky to have some great write ups from some new friends:

The People Project:
http://thepeopleproject.com/start-up-people/category/people/proatmeal-by-shuster-brothers

DeHenzel Training Systems:
http://dtsnova.com/start-your-breakfast-out-strong-with-proatmeal/

As far as moving forward post Kickstarter, Shuster Brothers Inc. is looking for investors! Investors interested in becoming a part of something great and help fuel a healthier tomorrow. are encouraged to reach out to them via greg@proatmeal.us.

About Proatmeal:

Proatmeal is an organically flavored convenience food focused on the gluten free and vegan combination of oatmeal and brown rice protein. While the fitness community has mixed whey and oats before, they suffered from poor taste, inconvenience, and low quality ingredients. The idea is essentially GNC meets Trader Joes… Quaker oats meets Muscle Milk…but not made just for fitness pros. Pound for pound, Proatmeal is one of the healthiest foods in the world. It hits heavy in protein, fiber, and complex carbs for a healthy and filling mix with no preservatives. Launch flavors are PB, Banana & Chocolate (Contains peanuts), Blueberry Cheesecake, and Plain & Simple (with which fans can mix up their own flavor combinations).

Contact Info:
Name: Greg Shuster
Email: greg@proatmeal.us
Phone: 703-624-0234
Organization: Proatmeal

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