As of March 23rd, 2020. Business Insider reports that Tito’s plans to shift part of their manufacturing focus to start making its own hand sanitizer and plans to give the product away for free to those who need it most. Read more here!
Next Level Marketing was founded in 2005 and is widely recognized as one of the beverage industry’s leading brand activation agencies. We operate nationally to build premium brands by creating highly impactful programs that are implemented flawlessly and tracked rigorously. Next Level’s team of experienced and passionate beverage professionals specialize in Brand Ambassador Programs, Consumer Sampling Programs, Special Events and Consulting Services.
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Next Level provides a range of consulting services to help clients develop and implement their brand strategies, activation plans, and support tools.
Next Level creates and executes large scale, influencer events throughout the country reaching hundreds of thousands of consumers.
Next Level Brand Ambassadors are permanent extensions of the brand, placed in key markets to focus on brand-building and volume-driving activities that enhance the efforts of the field sales and distributor teams.
Next Level executes turn-key national or local sampling programs designed to drive consumer awareness and trial. We ensure that our sampling programs are fully leveraged as effective selling tools to drive new distribution and product pull-through.
Next Level is led by partners with a wealth of experience building brands as supplier executives and agency entrepreneurs. We are a team of passionate beverage industry professionals completely dedicated to exceeding client expectations.
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Cheers! Health-conscious drinking is not an oxymoron.
Research has linked red wine in particular to heart health benefits, and new research shows that people in a high-intensity interval training program who drank a beer or two with meals benefited just as much as exercisers who didn’t. And while experts don’t exactly recommend taking up booze for the potential health boost, if you’re already going to drink, there are healthy and unhealthy ways to do it. Stay away from the sugar bombs that are concentrated juices like grape and apple, and look for a 100% juice like orange, pineapple or even guava to mix with a sparkling wine, gin or vodka, suggests Joy Dubost, a registered dietitian nutritionist in the New York City area. Sparkling water to keep it simple and use something bubbly and calorie-free to make your cocktail last longer, cut its alcohol content and up the festive factor. Put down the Red Bull vodka and pick up a black or green tea cocktail instead. The compounds in green tea may help prevent memory loss and Alzheimer’s disease, support brain and eye health and deliver an all-natural energy boost to boot. You can also try 100% coconut water, which is packed with nutritional benefits, including calcium “and a ton of potassium,” Angelone says. It’s also chock-full of electrolytes, which are depleted when drinking, and so can help prevent dehydration and the associated hangover. The fifth ingredient being fruit, try making your own “frozé” – frozen rosé – by freezing rosé in ice cube trays, then blending a few of the cubes with strawberries or watermelon, Dubost recommends. Cantaloupe blends well, too, she adds, and is packed with vitamin C.
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