Full Motion Beverage, Inc. (PINKSHEETS: FMBV) a new age beverage company has signed a letter of intent (LOI) with WM Holdings, LLC, makers of GX Supplements.
Full Motion Beverage, which recently launched Full Motion Sports to establish itself in the multi-billion dollar sports nutrition market, has signed a letter of intent to acquire WM Holdings, LLC and the full line of GX Supplements including GN.O. Plasma, an extreme pre-workout supplement, Rebuild, GX’s post workout or meal replacement product, and the rest of the line of proprietary products, which can be seen at www.go-gx.com. The LOI is subject to a full due diligence review by the Full Motion Beverage team.
Dean Petkanas, Director of Full Motion Beverage stated, “We are excited to sign this Letter of Intent so we can begin the full review of the GX Supplements brand. We feel that GX Supplements portfolio could be a perfect starting point to grab a hold of this rapidly growing market.”
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. Including its proprietary brands ENERGIZE™, The Ultimate Energy Boost and Mojava coffee drink.
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