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  1. #1
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    guys, next week i am expecting a sample of 2 new drinks designed specifically for women, Pink Energy Drink, and Pink20, nutritionally flavored water. you can check out their website at www.pink20.com. what do you think about this? i personally think the market is saturated with male like symbols, like ur bulls, bears, testosterone enhanced items and such. why not cater to the other half of the population, women?
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    Nice design, it could definately have a chance!

    Where do you plan to sell this product? Or where do you plan to start? I guess it's a lot of work to promote a new brand.

    [ 11-13-2005, 05:19 AM: Message edited by: Fry ]
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    One of my favorite bars here in New Hampshire stocks the Pink Energy Drink. I guess it is marketed to women but I like it as well. This category is way saturated but I think pink has a real shot. The name is great, the flavor is good and I dig the packaging.

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    &lt;Warning joke to follow&gt;

    Why not put boobs and panties on Red Bull and rename it M.R.L. (Miss Red Looker). LOL

    (Ok..You can now pelt me with your out of date pop cans.)

    [ 11-13-2005, 12:02 PM: Message edited by: Mr Zabe ]

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    i plan on marketing it in the Nassau County, Long Island area. i am a new distributor, and i want something that will make me stand out from other vendors. i already have a drink called "Pure Gutz" (take a look at the bottle, www.PureGutz.com ), and yes, it will be a ton of work.

    booze, how does it do? i expect the sample in my office this week.

    as for you zabe, between you and i, i actually have a very very large breasted wife to market this! (one inappropriate comment deserves another).
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    Ive tried pink, taste really good. My wife loves it and was upset when we ran though our samples. For her it worked great, I think if this company gets a good line of distributors, they can find a nitch in the market for them.

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    excellent, ron. thanks for the imput.
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    JP, it does well in the places that I have seen it. I think they are on to something although I think the appeal goes beyond women. It tastes really good too with raspberry vodka.

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    Booze, can you elaborate on the "goes beyond women" comment? you have piqued my curiousity.
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    all you industry professionals, i got news for you. this drink is coming in at an EXPENSIVE price, nearly $24/case + FOB east coast. i too am on the east coast. i believe a 1 pallet minimum is needed. what do you guys think of the price?

    in order for it to be financailly feasible, i would have to retail this bad boy to stores at around $30 or so a case.
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