San Francisco, CA, June 29, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Let's Get Good Beverage Ccompany
California Surfers Create Organic Energy Drink.
“Kids have grown up drinking sugary chemical energy drinks. But now new generations have a chance to do something better,” says Jackson Patrick, Chief Mixologist at Let’s Get Good! Jackson grew up in the action sports world of surfing, skateboarding and snowboarding. The energy drink business has focused it’s marketing efforts on this demographic and has been peddling unhealthy gunk for decades.
When two millennial aged California brothers decided to take on the entrenched giants they partnered with some friends from South America. They found they shared a love of organic, fresh, healthy ingredients and a quest to create a great tasting, sparkling antioxidant energy drink.
“Friends are always looking for ethical products, not just ones that taste good. We took this into account when we created our organic energy drinks. We source our ingredients and really care about the process – making sure the farmers, their families and the environment are all taken care of,” says Hunter Patrick, the older brother of Jackson. Hunter is also an avid surfer, skateboarder and an accomplished graphic designer. The Los Angeles based brothers grew up in Malibu Canyon and have spent a large part of their youth in and around Malibu’s Zuma Beach.
“It’s not just a product, it’s a movement. We want to take care of our bodies, our friends – and the planet.”
The drinks will feature ingredients like Acai, Maqui Berries and Yerba Mate — as well as essential nutrients and vitamins that promote better health. The team found that ingredients like fresh ginger, ginseng, acai, B-vitamins, yerba mate will give a natural boost of energy instead of just a caffeine boost from typical energy drinks.
To gain maximum functionality, the team added the Patagonian Superfruit – Maqui Berry. The berries are considered to be a modern day fountain of youth due to its high level of antioxidants. The berries are also rich in minerals, B-vitamins, high in fiber, very high in protein, and contain a potent amount of Omega-3, Omega-6, and Omega-9 fatty acids. And if that’s not enough, they also contain a high level of vitamin C, along with a plethora of other powerful nutrients that naturally help to boost the immune system and reduce inflammation.
“Millennials have identified fresh, clean and sustainable benefits among their top purchase priorities when it comes to healthier choices,” says Linda Gilbert, chief executive officer, EcoFocus Worldwide and author of a recent study examining trends affecting the food and beverage industries.
The crowdfunding site is live and they need your help.
“Help raise enough money to get enough product made to get it into the first official retail test. Pledge five dollars or five hundred dollars. Any amount will help.
Be a part of the revolution. Help us bring this product to market,” says Jackson Patrick.