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  • #61
    i think some asian energy drinks have nicotine in them. but i can't read the label so, it is still a rumor to me.

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    • #62
      Is there some place online where you can buy imported stuff like that?

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      • #63
        Here was some info from bevindustry.com from their november issue. Monster up 193%, Rockstar up 90%, and No Fear up 94%. This chart didn't come out very easy to read. Sorry


        Top energy drinks by brand
        Brand Dollar Sales % Change Vs. Prior Year Market Share % Change Vs. Prior Year
        Red Bull $213,249,000 53.4% 54.4 -5.7%
        Rockstar $37,390,520 89.5% 9.5 1.0%
        Monster Energy $36,998,680 192.6% 9.4 4.0%
        Sobe Adrenaline Rush $20,298,340 40.0% 5.2 -1.1%
        Amp $18,851,420 40.4% 4.8 -1.0%
        Sobe No Fear $17,346,630 93.8% 4.4 0.6%
        Full Throttle $16,955,790 NA 4.3 4.3%
        Rip It $2,652,455 860.8% 0.7 0.6%
        Hansen???????„?s Lost Energy $2,453,903 156.9% 0.6 0.2%
        Sobe Lean $2,382,621 NA 0.6 0.6%
        Source: Information Resources Inc., total food, drug and mass merchandise for the 52 weeks ending Oct. 2, 2005

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        • #64
          Thanks for the info SJ!

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          • #65
            In SoCal, it goes like this:

            1. Red Bull
            2. Monster
            3. Rockstar
            4. Monster LoCarb
            5. Red Bull SF
            6. No Fear
            7. Diet Rockstar
            8. Lost
            9. Full Throttle
            10. Monster Assault
            11. A-rush

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            • #66
              what is the source on the data above?

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              • #67
                I'm a category manager...so I see sales/scan data directly from c-store accounts. Although a few of the brands I mentioned may change places in the rankings depending on the account, the above is a pretty accurate depiction of the energy market here in Southern California.

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                • #68
                  I included 8oz cans in my list...if you backed those out...No Fear would be the #4 brand in a 16oz can in my market.

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                  • #69
                    any thoughts on no fear gold and how is it selling? Amp Tall boy has a new can out there too. The first tall boy looked a lot like the original amp and now tall boy has changed to a new amp logo and brighter green can, looks much better. Chances of it killing off amp 8 oz........very good.

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                    • #70
                      Haven't seen any numbers on Gold yet. I also heard about the new Amp can but haven't seen that either...

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                      • #71
                        I don't like regular No Fear very much, but NF Gold is one of the best tasting energy drinks I've had

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                        • #72
                          I hear the Amp tall-boy is doing very well in its current markets while SoBe Gold is not doing much.
                          <b>Hey Pepsi, Shasta called, they want their lemon-lime back.</b>

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                          • #73
                            I tried NF Gold and couldn't distinguish any drastic changes. What's the difference supposed to be?

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                            • #74
                              Originally posted by SURGE:
                              I hear the Amp tall-boy is doing very well in its current markets while SoBe Gold is not doing much.
                              i would agree with that
                              Vault Sucks, Do The Dew

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                              • #75
                                Originally posted by SURGE:
                                I hear the Amp tall-boy is doing very well in its current markets while SoBe Gold is not doing much.
                                Tall Boys have been selling very well at the c-store I work at, Golds sell alright

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