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Are you a Diet Mtn Dew fan?  
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When I think of Mountain Dew I think of my dad.  He's one of the hardest working men that I know.  He gets up at 4:00 am every day, exercises, goes to the office and does a little work, feeds his horses and cows, and helps my mom with my little sister all before breakfast time.  If he sits down on the couch there is a good chance he might fall asleep.  Sometimes he needs a little caffeine to keep him awake and so he reaches for a Mountain Dew.  

If I need a caffeinated drink (which I don't drink very often), I choose Mountain Dew.  Nice and lemon-limey.  My favorite!  

Mountain Dew has teamed up with Dale Earnhardt Jr. fans to form the DEW® Crew on Facebook.  The DEW® Crew has access to awesome Dale Jr. and #88 team content.   I know the little boys in my house love race cars and are going to love getting the inside scoop about Dale Jr. 


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So, head on over to the DEW® Crew's page on facebook and see what's going on.  And grab yourself a Diet Mountain Dew.

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