WATERTOWN, Wis. — In conjunction with University of Wisconsin Athletics, Klarbrunn is announcing a new flavor exclusive to the state of Wisconsin: Bucky’s Cherry Berry. As part of the collaboration, a portion of proceeds will be donated to the Badgers Give Back program. Badgers Give Back promotes physical and mental well-being for all ages through the development of long-lasting habits encouraging health and nutrition.
Klarbrunn Sparkling Water is a naturally sourced healthy beverage option with zero calories, zero sweeteners and zero sodium. Bucky’s Cherry Berry is available in 12-pack 12-ounce cans at various retailers including Pick ‘n Save, Woodman’s Markets, Festival Foods, Piggly Wiggly, and Hy-Vee. The new flavor joins thirteen existing flavors that Klarbrunn offers, including Strawberry Guava, Peach Mango, and Cherry Lime.
“Klarbrunn is excited to not only partner with Badgers Give Back, but recognizes the program’s ability to deliver immediate impact in the communities that have enjoyed Klarbrunn Sparkling for decades,” said Tyler Hartmann, director of marketing and brand development for Klarbrunn. “Local is important to us, and supporting the communities that have supported Klarbrunn is one of our top priorities.”
Klarbrunn is a proud partner of University of Wisconsin Athletics.
Klarbrunn is a Wisconsin company owned by thirty-nine families that are excited to support the Badgers Give Back program. Klarbrunn Sparkling Water, established in 1987, paved the way with its naturally flavored bubbly water. Klarbrunn’s sales and marketing teams are headquartered in Madison, Wisconsin. Klarbrunn is owned and manufactured by WIS-PAK, Inc. with corporate offices located in Watertown, Wisconsin.
About Badgers Give Back
The Badgers Give Back program is all about working for a cause, not applause. The vision of Badgers Give Back is to create a culture that produces a habit of giving back by enriching lives by encouraging, engaging, and serving others. This is achieved through various engagement pillars, including health and wellness, youth development, and servant leadership.