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Wendell Tyler, of San Francisco 49ers Super Bowl XIX Fame, Joins Healthy Coffee USA's Founders Club
Date:3/18/2008

NEWPORT BEACH, Calif., March 18 /PRNewswire/ -- Healthy Coffee USA, Inc., the marketing arm of Healthy Coffee International, Inc. (Pink Sheets: HCFE) announced today that Wendell Tyler of the San Francisco 49ers, Super Bowl XIX champions after defeating the Miami Dolphins, has joined the Founders Club of Healthy Coffee USA. Mr. Tyler, a UCLA running back before he was drafted by the LA Rams in 1977 where he helped lead the LA Rams to Super Bowl XIV. Mr. Tyler's joining Healthy Coffee USA is historic as he becomes the very first professional athlete of the NFL. He hopes that he can introduce other people when the company starts recruiting distributors.

Asked why he joined Healthy Coffee, Mr. Tyler said, "It is a very rare opportunity to join a company during its early stage before going international and before it becomes a household name." Upon the recommendation of Dr. Merle Yaneza, Aguiluz and Tyler met and immediately found a common cause in helping orphans and other children who are economically challenged. The giving back to the community aspect of the company's mission sealed his commitment to help Healthy Coffee in its national and international expansion. He said that his son, Marc Tyler, who was rated by ESPN as top high school running back in the USA, a sophomore playing for the USC Trojans, can also help him introduce Healthy Coffee to a younger crowd.

CEO Rick Aguiluz said, "The future of Healthy Coffee is quite promising as more and more people from all professions are being attracted to the company through word-of-mouth and sharing the mission of Healthy Coffee USA to become the World's Healthy Coffee Company."

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HEALTHY COFFEE INTERNATIONAL, INC. is focused in bringing health to the world's largest and most popular drink, coffee. The secret is to combine the health benefits of Ginseng and Reishi in a delicious instant gourmet coffee drink, making its Healthy Coffee the most powerful H
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