Tea Body's, Inc. Announces Agreement with Bert Concessions to Feature Tea Body's Tea at State Fair of Texas

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DALLAS, Tex. - Sept. 20 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) -- Tea Body's, Inc. ( announced today that it has reached an agreement with Bert Concessions to serve Tea Body's all natural teas at all of its booths in this year's State Fair of Texas, September 29th - October 22, 2006 (

State Fair of TexasDallas based Tea Body's began with the simple idea that all natural tea can be an important part of the day, a way to refresh and inspire everyone to get the most out of life. Beginning with this idea, the founders of Tea Body's developed a full line of all natural teas and a commitment to make Tea Body's "The All Natural Tea Company(TM)."

The Tea Body's teas begin with a special blend of Keemun and China Black Tea leaves, which give it an inviting introduction and smooth finish. Tea Body's uses all natural oils to lightly flavor its teas, including its most popular Tropical Peach and its world famous Classic.

Years of research have resulted in an extensive family of all natural teas blended to perfection. The ever growing family of Tea Body's customers throughout the world is testimony to the success of the Tea Body's philosophy and commitment to the development of all natural products. According to Crawford Shaw , President of Tea Body's, "We are excited to have Bert Concessions showcase our all natural teas at one of the largest state fairs in the United States."

The Bert Family has been on the State Fair grounds in Texas since 1919 with the arrival of Samuel Bert, Sr. Over the years, Sammy and wife Mary owned and operated the Cotton Bowl Cafeteria, the Cotton Bowl Roller Rink, and the Comet Roller Coaster, plus various other concessions. Today, their legacy lives on with their sons, Sam Bert, Jr. and his brother Nick Bert and the ongoing success of Bert Concessions. According to Nick Bert, "We are looking foreword to this year's State Fair of Texas and serving our Famous Fried Cheesecake and the wonderful Tea Body's teas."

The State Fair of Texas is considered to be one of the largest state fairs in the United States, attracting over 3 million visitors during its 24 day run. It also has the largest Ferris Wheel in North America. It is estimated that the fair brings in about $350 million dollars to the Dallas economy.

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Photo Caption: Tea Body's Teas will be available at the State Fair of Texas at Bert Concessions, indicated by the red stars.

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