Full Motion Beverage, Inc. (Pinksheets: FMBV) announced its wholly owned subsidiary, Full Motion Sports, will develop a full line of sports drinks and supplements called Energize Pro.
Energize Pro will be based on the company’s existing brand Energize™ Energy Shot. The first flavor to be developed will a wild berry flavored athletic based energy drink.
Dean Petkanas, Director of FMBV, said, “This has been a long time coming considering the outgrowth of the sports energy supplement market and the continued growth of two once energy shots overall. We believe Energize Pro will gain positive traction with aging Americans who seek a more active and sports related lifestyle.”
About Full Motion Beverage, Inc.
Full Motion Beverage, Inc. is a diversified beverage company that owns, develops, and markets brands in the non-alcohol sectors of the beverage industry. Performaxx Brands is FMBV’s non-alcohol beverage subsidiary that produces and wholesales ENERGIZE™ and other non-alcohol brands for FMBV. ENERGIZE™ is marketed and sold in Lemon-Lime and Orange under the label ENERGIZE™ The Ultimate Energy Boost.
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