Citations with the tag: ENERGY drinks -- Marketing

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  • In my view: Expert comment.
    Tutssel, Glenn // Marketing (00253650); 5/19/2010, p4 

    In this article the author comments on the advertising of the energy drink Mountain Dew in Great Britain.

  • County Bans Energy Drink Marketing To Minors.
    GALLAGHER, JULIE // SN: Supermarket News; 4/29/2013, Vol. 61 Issue 17, p34 

    The article offers information on the Energy Drink Education and Protection Plan, which will prohibit the marketing of stimulant drinks to minors, and bans their sale to those under 18 in parks in Suffolk County, New York.

    GALLAGHER, JULIE // Checkout; Mar2010, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p52 

    The article reports on the volume growth of the energy drink Lucozade Energy in Ireland.

  • Congressional Report Examines Energy Drinks.
    GALLAGHER, JULIE // Nutraceuticals World; Jun2013, Vol. 16 Issue 5, p13 

    The article reports on the results of the survey on the marketing, manufacturing, and labeling practices of popular energy drinks in the U.S.

  • Entrepreneurs Dream, $5K Investment Create Category.
    GALLAGHER, JULIE // MMR; 8/17/2015, Vol. 32 Issue 12, p102 

    A review is offered for the side-effect free energy drink 8-Hour Energy Patch manufacturer Jolly Products, Georgia.

  • Agencies line up for Pussy Energy Drinks.
    GALLAGHER, JULIE // Campaign; 11/12/2010, Issue 45, p6 

    The article offers information on the effort of the Pussy Energy Drinks, the brand launched by Jonnie Shearer to target London nightclubers, to approach advertising agencies about its integrated business.

  • C'mon, move it.
    Stanley, T. L. // Brandweek; 8/9/2010, Vol. 51 Issue 29, p29 

    The article reports that the winner of the televised dance contest "So You Think You Can Dance" will be included in energy drink Gatorade's fall advertising campaigns.

    Stanley, T. L. // Marketing (00253650); 5/9/2012, p12 

    An interview is presented with Sam Grant, marketing manager for the beverage company Coca-Cola's Relentless Energy Drinks brand, who discusses growth in the energy drink market, consumer acceptance of the shots type of energy drink in Great Britain, and his marketing plans for the products for 2012.

  • On top of the game.
    Stanley, T. L. // Beverage Industry; Sep2013, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p78 

    The article reports that American football quarterback for the San Francisco 49ers of the National Football League Colin Kaepernick has become a brand ambassador of SK Energy movement that aimed to fight childhood hunger using the energy drink brand of SK Energy Shots LLC.

  • DIARY: TURKEY OF THE WEEK: Circus Maximus/Glaceau Vitaminwater.
    Stanley, T. L. // Campaign; 7/10/2015, p52 

    A review is offered of the online advertisement for Glacéau Vitaminwater energy drink.

  • Lucozade launches variant.
    Stanley, T. L. // Campaign (UK); 10/14/2011, Issue 41, p8 

    The article reports that Lucozade Energy, the sports-drink brand owned by GlaxoSmithKline, will launch its first cola-flavoured limited edition energy drink.

  • Energy Drinks on the Brink.
    Francella, Kevin // Beverage World; 9/15/2014, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p8 

    This article discusses papers published within the issue about sophistication of energy drink marketers.

  • V Energy V-hab recovery.
    Francella, Kevin // Campaign; 6/21/2013, p6 

    The article presents information on a campaign for V Energy's drinks targeting Internet trolls.

  • Kick powers up with Avengers on Facebook.
    Bamford, Vince // Grocer; 3/31/2012, p29 

    The article announces energy drink brand Kick's promotion wherein Avenger fans in Great Britain can win games, DVDs or comics, as part of the upcoming film "The Avengers."

  • Edeka liebäugelt mit Eigenmarken-Export.
    Mende, Jan // Lebensmittel Zeitung; 5/3/2013, Issue 18, p6 

    The article discusses German company Edeka's plans to market the energy drink Booster outside of Germany.

  • Sports Nutrition Often a Missed Revenue Opportunity.
    S. B. // Club Industry; Dec2009, Vol. 25 Issue 12, p10 

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  • Mountain Dew returns with social media push.
    Kimberley, Sara // Marketing (00253650); 5/19/2010, p4 

    The article reports on the advertising of the energy drink Mountain Dew by PepsiCo UK in Great Britain in the websites Facebook and Twitter.

  • Canned Heat.
    McKinnon, Michael // Foodservice & Hospitality; Feb2007, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p77 

    The article focuses on the marketing of energy drinks (ED) in the United States and Canada. The producers follow various marketing tactics to publicize their product. Sometimes, they believe in negative publicity to market their product. As a result the market is booming. New energy drinks are...

  • Σ3.5m budget for Red Bull flavours.
    Black, Robyn // Publican's Morning Advertiser; 2/14/2013, Issue 89, p29 

    The article reports that Red Bull GmBh has launched marketing campaign worth of 3.5 million British pounds for its blueberry, cranberry and lime flavored drinks.

  • Red Bull set to roll out Editions offering in UK.
    Eleftheriou-Smith, Loulla-Mae // Marketing (00253650); 4/25/2012, p4 

    The article examines the planned 2012 introduction in Great Britain of a product line of fruit-flavored energy drinks by the company Red Bull.

  • Targeting the young and the restless...
    Dharawat, Fairy // Point-of-Purchase; Aug2013, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p38 

    The article reports on the economic condition of the energy drink market in India wherein energy drinks is expected to grow due to the rise in income levels of the middle and upper class households. It highlights the rise of lifestyle expenses driven by changing consumer lifestyle and increasing...

    Dharawat, Fairy // Convenience Store News for the Single Store Owner; Jun2015, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p66 

    The article offers information related to convenience stores (c-stores) including franchisees of quick-service restaurant (QSR) brands to c-stores, promotions for energy drinks, and a consumer research study on beer purchases in c-stores.

  • Charge on.
    Scott, Stefanie // Beverage Industry; Aug2009, Vol. 100 Issue 8, p22 

    The article reports on the sizing and pricing lead trends in energy drinks by energy drink companies in the U.S. To keep sales growing, the said companies introduce new product packages in resealable aluminum cans, they also have been busy expanding distribution agreements to reach international...

  • Emmi removes energy drink from Swiss market.
    Scott, Stefanie // Dairy Industries International; Dec2009, Vol. 74 Issue 12, p6 

    The article reports on the decision of milk processing company Emmi AG for its Emminent energy drink in the market in Switzerland. Emmi has removed its energy drink after being introduced to the market for less than a year, which has reached the Swiss market in October 2009 and to halt in March...

  • Coke Canada's bottled insult.
    Scott, Stefanie // Grocer; 9/28/2013, Vol. 236 Issue 8124, p93 

    The article reports on the promotion by soft drinks manufacturer Coca-Cola of its Vitaminwater with an English and French word printed inside the bottles' caps in 2013.

    Scott, Stefanie // Grocer; 9/24/2011, Vol. 234 Issue 8023, p56 

    The article reports on the latest marketing stunt by the natural energy drink brand Pussy, which involves the launching of a fleet of white Fiat 500s.

  • Kick links to new Tomb Raider game as it expands US listings.
    Scott, Stefanie // Grocer; 1/26/2013, p30 

    The article reports on the move by Great Britain-based Global Brands to expand the market of its energy drink brand Kick abroad, which includes the launching of an on-pack promotion based around the impending Tomb Raider game.

  • Bacchus fights fatigue in Korea.
    Blecken, David // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper; 3/6/2008, p8 

    The article reports that TBWA Korea has unveiled a new campaign for Bacchus, the leading energy brand in Seoul, Korea. Using a combination of television (TV) and online components, the program focuses on the connotations of the drink as a fatigue fighter. The strategy marks a transition for the...

  • Energy Drinks Grow Up.
    Kaplan, Andrew // Beverage World; 9/15/2014, Vol. 133 Issue 9, p10 

    This article focuses on the marketing of energy drinks to teenage and adult consumers. It discusses results of a survey on consumers of energy drinks conducted by industry consultant Beverage Marketing Corp., the launch of a line of Refreshers products by coffee company Starbucks, and the...

  • Gatorade.
    MacArthur, Kate // Advertising Age; 11/13/2006, Vol. 77 Issue 46, pS-6 

    The article discusses the marketing campaign for the sports beverage Gatorade, which has been named a 2006 Marketing 50 winner by "Advertising Age" magazine. Chief Marketing Officer Cindy Alston noticed that athletes were not finishing bottles of the product, which led to the creation of the...

    A. G. // Australian Motorcycle News; 12/9/2009, Vol. 59 Issue 12, p187 

    The article presents a discussion on 2009 Australasian Supercross Championship. The event, which is still under way has been dominated by the defending champion Chad Reed. The promoters of the event secured a new naming rights sponsor for this year in the form of Monster Energy Drink, who is...

  • Relentless.
    Janke, Klaus // Lebensmittel Zeitung; 7/5/2013, Issue 27, p44 

    The article offers information Coca Cola's marketing strategy for its energy drink Relentless, with a particular focus on sponsorship of sports and music events.

  • Verderben und VerheiÄŸung.
    Mehringer, Martin // Lebensmittel Zeitung; 7/12/2013, Issue 28, p31 

    The article discusses the marketing of the energy drink Bizz'up in Western Africa by German businessman Andreas März. Topics include the history of the German company März AG, including its success until the 1990s and subsequent losses, the idea to make the African hibiscus tea into an...

  • CCE's Monster Energy guns for gamers with Call of Duty promo.
    Mehringer, Martin // Grocer; 10/19/2013, Vol. 236 Issue 8127, p26 

    The article reports on the launching of the promotional packs of Coca-Cola Enterprises (CCE) Monster Energy drink in limited-edition cans through the video game launch of "Activision Shooter Call of Duty: Ghosts" to target Britain's gamers.

  • Goat energy for sleepy felines.
    Mehringer, Martin // Grocer; 10/19/2013, Vol. 236 Issue 8127, p71 

    The article reports the launching of TopLife's new goat milk kitty drink which contains taurine commonly used in energy drinks.

  • Lucozade Yes Project back in £10m push.
    Mehringer, Martin // Grocer; 2/1/2014, Vol. 237 Issue 8140, p24 

    The article reports on the advertising and marketing campaign for energy drink manufacturer Lucozade Energy's The Yes Project on-pack promotion, which includes television and movie commercial spots.

  • Little Miracles looks to energise women.
    Mehringer, Martin // Grocer; 9/6/2014, Vol. 237 Issue 8171, p32 

    The article reports on the marketing program of organic energy drink Little Miracles including videos showcasing the brand on escalator panels and advertisements on London Underground billboards and buses.

  • Lucozade Energy sets sights on older crowd with £14m campaign.
    Bamford, Vince // Grocer; 6/13/2015, p53 

    The article reports that sports and energy drink producer Lucozade Ribena Suntory will launch the marketing campaign, Find Your Flow for its Lucozade Energy brand which will target older consumers.

  • Monster Energy in Call of Duty offer.
    Bamford, Vince // Independent Retail News; 11/13/2015, p50 

    The article reports that energy drink brand Monster Energy has teamed up with the Call of Duty video game franchise to offer double experience points to fans of the Call of Duty: Black Ops III Zombies mode, Shadows of Evil.

  • Element 79's swan song for Gatorade is pure gold.
    Garfield, Bob // Advertising Age; 6/9/2008, Vol. 79 Issue 23, p49 

    A review is presented of a television commercial film for the energy drink Gatorade created by the advertising agency Element 79.

    Zegler, Jennifer // Beverage Industry; Oct2011, Vol. 102 Issue 10, p26 

    The article focuses on Rodney Sacks, chairman and chief executive officer of Corona, California-based Hansen Natural Corp., who led the company to international growth as the producer of one of the top-selling energy drinks on the market. Sacks notes that they had seen potential on their Monster...

  • Entrepreneurship through sports marketing: A case analysis of Red Bull in sport.
    Gorse, Samantha; Chadwick, Simon; Burton, Nicholas // Journal of Sponsorship; Aug2010, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p348 

    This paper provides a case analysis of energy drinks manufacturer Red Bull as a leading sport entrepreneurial brand, highlighting the brand's emergence in sport through six key strategies pursuing new methods of production, new sources of supply, new products or services, new markets, new forms...

  • Monster Goes Small While Amp Goes Big.
    Hein, Kenneth // Brandweek; 2/16/2009, Vol. 50 Issue 7, p007 

    The article discusses energy drink marketing. Amp Energy is launching an advertising campaign called "Amp up," while competitor Monster is concentrating on innovating in the market with the creation of energy shots. Amp Energy is owned by parent company PepsiCo, while Monster has a distribution...

  • Isn't Beer the Official Drink of Golf?
    Hein, Kenneth // Brandweek; 10/29/2007, Vol. 48 Issue 39, p46 

    The article discusses how professional golfer Tiger Woods signed a reported $100 million dollar deal with the PepsiCo-owned beverage brand Gatorade. The deal involves Woods developing his own line of performance beverages. The article humorously expresses criticism towards the idea of Woods...

  • A new approach to energy.
    CERNIVEC, STEPHANIE // Beverage Industry; Nov2012, Vol. 103 Issue 11, p30 

    The article focuses on the approach of New York-based beverage manufacturer Brain-Twist Inc. to capture customers to its energy drink category. It is inferred that the company has launched a line of energy drinks that change into a slushy-type beverage when placed in the freezer for a few...

  • Soft landings.
    CERNIVEC, STEPHANIE // Forecourt Trader; Oct2011, p29 

    The article focuses on the soft drinks sector for 2011, specifically on the energy drinks category, new flavours, and promotional practices. According to Nielsen, Red Bull and Monster Original brands top the list of popular energy drinks. GlaxoSmithKline introduced the Lucozade Sport Lite cherry...

    Arango, Tim // Fortune; 9/3/2007, Vol. 156 Issue 5, p22 

    The article reports on octogenarian media mogul Sumner Redstone and his enthusiasm for the high-priced energy drink MonaVie, to which Redstone attributes his good health. Available only through individual distributors, the beverage's main ingredient is the antioxidant-rich Brazilian açai berry.

  • Internet TVs at heart of Red Bull digital strategy.
    Arango, Tim // Marketing Week; 2/16/2012, Vol. 35 Issue 7, p6 

    The article discusses the use of Internet television in advertising for the energy drink brand Red Bull, examining plans to use web connected TVs in its digital strategy. Red Bull digital advertising executive Will Radford discusses the channel, a sky jump by skydiver Felix...

  • SOFT DRINKS: Britvic cues Mountain Dew for UK energy drinks sector.
    Arango, Tim // Corporate Adviser; Apr2010, p7 

    The article reports that Britvic Soft Drinks Ltd. will launch its U.S. soft drink brand Mountain Dew in Great Britain in May 2010. It states that the formula of the energy drink will be different from the drinks in the U.S. Britvic spokeswoman says that they do not plan to make a huge marketing...

  • Red Bull to feature in console video games.
    Kemp, Ed // Marketing (00253650); 6/20/2007, p6 

    The article reports that Red Bull GmbH will be engaging into video games for the promotion of its energy-drink brand name in Great Britain. It states that the company will be focusing on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3 video games which will feature enhanced capabilities for further exposure of the...

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