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    Servicemen, universities, shift workers and future millionaires be advised that Wild Tiger is here! [img]smile.gif[/img] Coke may not like it. Pepsi may not like it. Red Bull may be hating it on ice. Wild Tiger has a loyal customer base overseas where units may drink a Humvee-load per week! It has lower sodium and sugars than several energy drinks and is poplular in gyms. It has no aspertame, unlike many low- or no suger competitors. It is easy on the stomach. No guarana or ephedrine. AND THE TASTE! To the dear people who have sweated their lungs out in Iraq and Afganistan: here's a little taste of home while you're in the States. I read a RUMOR on a web site that it had nicotine in it. Wrong. They were not familiar with VITAMIN B3, nicotamide. This drink is going to make other people nostalgic for their current can of fizz, because they won't be drinking anything but Wild Tiger in the future. 336)462-3164. 31.60/cs of 24 on retail pickup orders or local delivery. (Compare that to the $2.00 per can or $8.00 Yaeger drinks using Red Bull as a bar mixer) We have sole proprietorship for the Southeastern United States! Distribute with us and get wealthy. Please email symteckie@hotmail.com or visit our site: interpolsolutions.com
    May the winds of life blow through the branches of your soul.

  • #2
    Sounds like someone just came from a sales rally.

    When I went to your website I saw nothing of an energy drink. Just tactical gear.?????????

    [ 03-29-2006, 03:40 PM: Message edited by: greg ]
    Whether you think can or think you can\'t, you\'re probably right!

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    • #3
      please see this post http://www.bevnet.com/bevboard/cgi-b...;f=16;t=000425
      to figure out probably why you shouldn't have picked up this ten year old product.
      woot woot

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      • #4
        Wow...sales rally is right. Was it that this energy drink was THE one of choice or was it the only choice for the military? Actually, you may have a great niche market there...if military personnel already know of your brand...you may start selling on military bases in their commissaries...

        Honestly, I doubt Coke, Pepsi or Red Bull would be worried about Wild Tiger in the slightest...

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        • #5
          Originally posted by RunWithDaLilGuy:
          please see this post http://www.bevnet.com/bevboard/cgi-b...;f=16;t=000425
          to figure out probably why you shouldn't have picked up this ten year old product.
          Maybe they just finished picking up all the unsold product! LOL
          I respect your right to hear my opinion.

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          • #6
            I just spent last year stationed in Baghdad. The beverage in question looks like this: It is slightly less sweet than Red Bull with a similar flavor. My team managed to get them from some local Iraqi kids for 15.00 USD per case of 24. We shared it with some fellow soldiers and within a month we were taking orders from various companies and teams within our battalion. We ended up buying about 20 cases per week from those kids. For many months Wild Tiger was the fuel that we ran on. I would love to see it come stateside. Unfortunately, I don't think it will be as cheap as it was overseas. As to the comments that this beverage is old or out of date, the product that we purchased was definitely fresh. However, I do know of another energy drink named Red Tiger which is older and has been discontinued.

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            • #7
              Thank you for your service to our country. [img]smile.gif[/img]
              Very cool to hear that at least you found a beverage that you all could drink. Those kids must have found a lost supply truck. LOL

              [ 04-24-2006, 10:21 PM: Message edited by: Mr Zabe ]
              Don't worry, be happy. Meher Baba

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              • #8
                Great post Mr Z!

                Catscradle - first and foremost, like Mr Z said, thanks for all of your efforts at making the USA a wonderful place to live!

                As for Wild Tiger - I assume the product is manufactured overseas...which means it will undoubtedly cost more here. If I were the maker of the drink...I would start out with the military niche and work up from there. It seems to have a following amongst servicemen/women.

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                • #9
                  I???????„?m pretty sure wild tiger is a fairly new product.
                  I could be wrong but I think the stuff is from Jordan.

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                  • #10
                    If Wild Tiger is from Jordan why are we letting our Service men drink this stuff?!?!?!
                    Whether you think can or think you can\'t, you\'re probably right!

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                    • #11
                      Not to be argumentative. LOL
                      Just my two cents. These troops said they had no idea of where this energy drink was coming from. IMO..any small thing that would keep our troops hydrated and with elevated energy levels is a good thing. To be frank, it does not matter how they were able to buy it. Obviously they needed a more drinkable energy drink and they were lucky enough to find it.
                      Don't worry, be happy. Meher Baba

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                      • #12
                        If they were getting it on the streets from the kids no problem, however, if they got it from the commissary as one has suggested I would like to think that someone working for the United States Government in procurement would do their homework on where a product is manufactured.
                        Jordan is not exactly the best US ally in the region!
                        Whether you think can or think you can\'t, you\'re probably right!

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                        • #13
                          Cool
                          I just re-read the original post. They brought their supply from a couple of kids they befriended on the street. I do agree that only American or NATO products should be sold officially through the supply systems. Speaking for myself, I would rather stay thirsty than support Jordan.

                          [ 04-26-2006, 03:45 PM: Message edited by: Mr Zabe ]
                          Don't worry, be happy. Meher Baba

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                          • #14
                            Technicality The Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan is an ally.
                            While most of the people of Jordan identify as Palestinian and are hostile to both the United States and Israel the government is on good terms with both countries respectively.

                            Jordan is mainly a secular country and feels threaded by both Hamas and Iran. The Palestinians have tried to overthrow the monarchy on more then one occasion. Hence the terrorist group Black September. Formed after the Jordanian army massacred thousands of Palestinians as retaliation for an attempted coup. Just the other day the Jordanians uncovered another plot to overthrow their government, this time by Hamas.

                            The Jordanian business community just wants to sell their products and services like us here. They are not an oil rich country and even though they have a Red Sea port Aqaba, they consider themselves to be landlocked.

                            Lighten up on em a little guys. They are just trying to make a buck.

                            And who knows the drink may just be good.

                            [ 04-26-2006, 05:15 PM: Message edited by: Lepke ]

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                            • #15
                              Catscradle,
                              Thank you and your people for all they do for us. It makes a difference.
                              Red Tiger, from what I have heard second-, third- and last hand, was a product that was euthenized. Red Tiger had a terrible taste, even among energy drinks.

                              Wild Tiger tastes great and sells for less than than Bull. It obviously sell for more here than at the point of origin. It is canned in America.

                              My friend was drinking six Wild Tigers a day, while escorting the nice men blowing up Saddam's weapons bunkers. He has made CEO-level money and can afford whatever he likes.

                              It is FDA approved, at least over here.

                              Cheers and good health, my friend.
                              May the winds of life blow through the branches of your soul.

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