STATESVILLE, N.C., Oct. 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Bebida Beverage Company (OTC markets: BBDA) (BeBevCo), a growing developer, manufacturer and global marketer of liquid relaxation and energy products announced today that the Chicago FOX 32 Nightly News interviewed Brian Weber, CEO of BeBevCo and the company's KOMA Unwind relaxation drink on October 2, 2013.
Chicago-based FOX 32 News reported that the relaxation drink revolution is on the rise and so are questions about its effects and effectiveness. The anti-energy drinks are in the soda aisle and boast it's an alternative to booze, medicine and more.
FOX 32 conducted a Skype video interview with Weber, who said the company made more than $4,000,000.00 and in the last three months, revenue has doubled.
"I'm drinking at the moment, KOMA Unwind Zero and we also have the KOMA shot which is the two ounce," BeBevCo's CEO Brian Weber said in an interview via Skype with FOX 32's Tisha Lewis.
For those consumers who still cannot find KOMA Unwind and our other products locally, please visit our website and Amazon.com to place an order.
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BeBevCo. (Bebida Beverage Company) develops manufactures and markets liquid relaxation products including KOMA Unwind "Liquid Relaxation" (TM), KOMA Unwind Sugar-free "Liquid Relaxation" (TM) and KOMA Unwind "Liquid Relaxation" Shot (TM) as well as POTENCIA Energy, POTENCIA "BLAST" energy shot, Relax 5 shots and Piranha Water.
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