drank(TM), World’s First Extreme Relaxation(TM) Beverage Featured in Time Magazine Amidst Pop Culture Frenzy
drank(TM), dubbed the World’s First Extreme Relaxation beverage has become a pop culture phenomenon as of late, appearing in videos by a plethora of popular music artists. This who’s who list of hit makers that have new music video’s dawning the purple can include
“Consumers look to respected media outlets as well as music celebrities as cultural tastemakers,” said
Since its inception in early 2008, the company has seen a dramatic increase in sales – up 198% – thanks, in part, to recurring appearances in some of the hottest music videos in steady rotation on influential pop barometers such as MTV, VH1 and BET.
In addition to appearing in hip-hop music videos, drank(TM) has been spotted in prestigious, national media outlets. Recently the article entitled, “The Anti-Red Bull, a Drink To Calm You Down,” TIME asks the question, “We’re a caffeinated culture, so will the masses want to move in the other direction and drink drank(TM) to come down?” The answer, according to drank(TM), is yes. In fact the company recently announced its Q1 revenue of
drank(TM) was also recently reviewed by About.com, one of the most popular websites in the country which hailed it as, “great drink for later in the evening when you don’t want to be kept up by the sugar and caffeine found in many other soft drinks.” Additionally, television stations such as KTLA in
“We always knew drank(TM) was going to change the face of the nation,” says Bianchi. “Not only were we accurate in this prediction, but with big-name retailers knocking on our door, I am confident that drank(TM) is literally weeks away from becoming a household name. Now that the beverage industry has come to realize that consumers no longer want to be spoon fed energy drinks, the phrase ‘slow your roll(TM)‘ has never echoed truer.”
drank(TM) is the antithesis of the popular energy drinks currently saturating the functional beverage sector. With a slogan of “slow your roll(TM),” this lightly carbonated relaxation beverage is infused with melatonin, valerian root and rose hips to provide a relaxing effect. Since launching in early 2008, drank(TM) has quickly become the go-to beverage for people looking to relax their mind and body.
For more information about drank(TM), please visit: www.drankbeverage.com or call 877-DRANK(TM)-02.
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