But this mysterious stranger hit me via email, and sounded pretty legit, and after I googled his company's website, looked legit. So I responded, and said, "Sure, mysterious stranger, send me your packet of stuff."
It arrived today, and to say that they are a well known brand in the sports industry is like saying that NBC is a well known brand in the TV industry.
Or, as I put it to the mysterious marketing guy who apparently thinks I can help their brand, "It's like asking me to blog on the nature of sunshine for all the readers who don't know what sunshine is."
I welcome the free samples that I got in the mail today, or any other day. But I'm really wondering what [MYSTERY WELL KNOWN BRAND IN THE SPORTS INDUSTRY] is thinking I can do for them that they don't get from their massive amounts of TV advertising.
Hey readers, have you tried breathing air? How about drinking water? You should try it! (Air and Water both asked me to try their product. I whole-heartedly support their product, and not just because they sent me samples today.)