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Mothers Find Safe Haven In Energy Drink Company


Bend, OR (USA) – Dec. 1, 2009 – In today’s society energy drinks cater to the fast paced lifestyle that so many are accustomed to lead in the United States and around the world. There is a need for that extra kick, the boost, the lift – some say, that energy drinks give them.

Efusjon Energy Club of Bend, OR, is one such company that says it offers the kick people long for, but with a healthy twist. After a full year of operation the company now offers four energy drinks, which feature the nationally acclaimed Acai Berry and the Mangosteen Berry.

These drinks do not feature what some health analysts say are unhealthy combination’s of stimulants such as Taurine and Guarana mixed with high levels of caffeine. Instead Efusjon features a healthy mix of vitamins along with the potency of the berry benefits such as the high antioxidants and phyto-nutrients.

The way in which the company has marketed their product has drawn attention from many corners of the U.S. being reviewed by nutritionists and featured on CBS talk shows. They market through independent distributors, “which allows the company to share profits with the common people instead of the big advertisers”, says CEO Rob Towles.

Even though energy drinks are not hugely popular amongst mothers with young children, Efusjon has succeeded in pulling the trigger among them. Laura Gines, of Utah, is a mother of 4. Here’s what she had to say:

”Due to the economic conditions that all of us are dealing with in the world right now, I was getting ready to go out into the work place and get a 40 hour a week job. I was devastated at the idea of putting my children into daycare. Then I started getting phone calls and emails from a good friend of mine who wanted me to look at the efusjon energy club. Now I am so grateful that he thought enough of me to give me the gift of efusjon.”

Efusjon records to date more than 60,000 people have become distributors since March of 2009, with sales volume of over 30 million dollars. The Oregon based company plans to expand internationally beginning with Canada in 2010.


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