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SierraSil signs Riley Wheeldon, Canadian PGA TOUR Canada player

Vancouver, BC, May 25th, 2015 – SierraSil Health Inc. is very pleased to announce that one more inspirational and talented individual will join the ranks as a green and white flag bearer for SierraSil Health. Riley is in good company amongst other Ambassadors such as Cheryl Bernard, Tommy Europe, Ray Ferraro and more who have all chosen to associate themselves with an ethical, quality minded company in SierraSil.

"I’m excited about my 2015 partnership with SierraSil. Being healthy and able to compete to the fullest of my physical abilities is extremely crucial to my future as a professional athlete. SierraSil allows me to be at my best day in and day out."Said Wheeldon.

“Riley is a hard working athlete who definitely has what it takes to make a name for himself on TOUR. SierraSil was recommended to Riley last fall, to help overcome an injury. Now that he’s back to full health, we look forward to seeing his results and to work with Riley to encourage Canadians to be healthy and active.” Said Melanie Trepanier, Community Relations Manager.

Riley is an up-and-coming Canadian golf talent. For the 2013 PGA TOUR Canada season, Riley posted three Top-10 finishes in six events – including a victory at The Syncrude Boreal Open. As a result of his excellent performance, Wheeldon received the honour of Freedom 55 Canadian Player of the Week twice in the 2013 season. He also finished 2nd on the PGA TOUR Canada’s Order of Merit, earning Tour status for the 2014 season. “Riley is focused on achieving his goals and working hard to get there and is a welcome addition to our team of ambassadors. Together we hope to create a stronger brand awareness on TOUR and offer a valuable health supplement that helps athletes with peak performance and reduced delayed onset muscle soreness, as well as offers the aging golfer a way to stay in the game through reduced aches and stiffness.” Trepanier added.