BATON ROUGE – U.S. Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) today toured Liberty Magnet High in Baton Rouge and visited MyHy’s headquarters.
“The pandemic challenged teachers and students. One of the lessons taught and learned at Liberty Magnet has been and is overcoming adversity,” said Dr. Cassidy.
At Liberty Magnet High School, Cassidy visited with students and teachers. Liberty Magnet offers pathway courses in engineering, biomedical sciences, digital design and media, and computer science to help students pursue educations in STEM fields.
“We appreciate Senator Cassidy coming by today and spending time with our students,” said Mr. Brandon Levatino, Principal of Liberty Magnet High School. “Our students and teachers had the opportunity to talk about what the federal government’s role in education and supporting students and teachers post-COVID could be.”
At MyHy he learned about the company’s products, including a liquid electrolyte hydration mixture that offers three to six times the electrolytes of competitors, and two to three times faster absorption by the body. The company was founded by Matt Flynn, who was the starting quarterback for the 2007 LSU Tigers National Championship football team.
“Matt Flynn at MyHy used his experience as a LSU athlete to develop a product to hydrate anyone exercising in a Louisiana summer. Small businesses becoming big businesses helps us all. Best of luck to MyHy,” said Dr. Cassidy.
“I appreciate Senator Cassidy taking the time to tour MyHy’s production facility and learn more about our hydration products today,” said Mr. Matt Flynn, Founder and CEO of MyHy. “As a liquid electrolyte mix backed by science, MyHy is formulated to hydrate more efficiently with 3-6 times the electrolytes of competitors and no unnecessary ingredients. Our products have proven successful for the industrial sector, the military, first responders and disaster relief teams. MyHy is proud to be a Louisiana-born company and benefit hard-working men and women across the state and beyond.”