Eagle Mountain, UT, October 28, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Omergy’s™ cool, new Kangaroo Bottle adds a new product to the beverage industry.
What is it?
To see the Kangaroo Bottle visit: http://goo.gl/IaZdlF
Originally the Omergy Kangaroo Bottle was invented with the intent to sell or license to PepsiCo.
Omergy President Ernie Hemple states, “We are also interested in possibly approaching Pepsi or Coke to assess their interest in our unique bottling concept. In conjunction with a company such as Pepsi or Coke, Omergy™ drinkers would get a lot more than just a premium water.”
“Omergy International owns the trademark for Omergy™ in numerous categories, including: energy drinks, juice, energy bars, hotels, T-shirts, restaurants and electric vehicles. Plus, Omergy™ ionized, mineralized, micro-filtered super-premium water.”
“We are planning to sell in our water in our patent-pending Kangaroo Bottle. The Kangaroo Bottle holds a 2-ounce shot (up to 8-oz shots). This can be anything from a nutritional or weight-loss supplement to an energy shot: like our 5-Hour Omergy™.
"The Kangaroo Bottle essentially creates a new exciting beverage category in the mammoth beverage industry. Imagine a major beverage manufacturer selling premium water with up to 30 different OTC supplements? If a company was losing money from sugary beverages, then the revenue generated from the sales of premium Omergy™ water with supplements could easily offset lost revenues.”
Is Omergy International willing to sell their brand? They seem to need the cash. They are featured in an indiegogo.com crowd funding campaign at http://goo.gl/IaZdlF
. They are raising funds to bring their production in-house. This will allow them to be profitable enough to contribute a bottle of Omergy™ with Nurish™, a meal replacement shot, for every bottle of Omergy sold. Ernest Hemple is committed to continuing this program: “Hunger and clean water are serious worldwide problems. More than 5,000 children die each day of dirty water and an equal number die of malnutrition. If we were to partner or sell to another company, the sale would be contingent on continuing our humanitarian program. If a person is thirsty, they are probable hungry as well. Our decision to sell or license our Omergy™ brand depends on if we meet or exceed our indiegogo.com funding goals. We hope we can reach our goals, either way, we think we can do a lot of good.”