BRIDGEPORT, Conn., Jan. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Boost Oxygen, the nation's leading supplemental and recreational oxygen product, has received nation-wide exposure on Fox Network's show American Idol. On Tuesday night, January 12th, American Idol was broadcasted from Denver, Colorado, during which Ryan Seacrest came out with a tray of large Boost Oxygen canisters to deliver to Harry Connick Jr., Jennifer Lopez and Keith Urban to recharge them from the fatigue they felt from the altitude of the Mile High City. The introduction of Boost Oxygen can be viewed here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yqr4YOTL--k
The segment was very light and good-natured, and it was a great reaffirmation of Boost Oxygen LLC's core mission — to make supplemental oxygen convenient and available to the general public for a multitude of uses.
One of Boost Oxygen's top markets is Colorado, where altitude sickness often affects travelers to higher altitudes, which was the primary reason Mr. Seacrest brought them out. The usefulness of supplemental oxygen doesn't end there — many professional singers have used supplemental oxygen during their performances to recharge between sets. Singers, from Country to Rock to Opera to Rap, can expel more CO2 during their performances than the oxygen that they take in from the air. They can become oxygen deficient, fatigued, even dizzy- which can be sign of lack of oxygenated blood to the brain.
To replenish their Oxygen levels fast for aerobic recovery and best performance — just like pro football players — they can inhale supplemental oxygen. Mick Jagger and David Lee Roth were reportedly renowned for this, and Boost Oxygen is there for major musical acts who enjoy the convenience, portability and ready-access that our cans provide to Oxygen.
"So we'd like to thank Mr. Seacrest and American Idol for using and sharing our product during American Idol — it's a great showcase for one of the many uses of our product, Boost Oxygen," says Rob Neuner, President of Boost Oxygen.
Boost Oxygen was founded in 2007, and is a Connecticut-based privately held company. The company was created to fill a need that has been underserved: bringing the benefits of supplemental and recreational oxygen to those who can benefit from its use. Athletes use supplemental oxygen to improve their performance and reduce recovery time. Other uses are to counter altitude sickness, as an aid to improve focus and mental acuity, as a hangover remedy, and many others. Boost Oxygen currently distributes across the US and is available in Canada, Mexico, Europe, Korea and China.
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