MIAMI, July 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Blint Shakes (www.blintshakes.com), the developers of the world's first automated kiosk for freshly blended protein shakes, announced that they are accepting inquiries from Qualified Investors to participate in the company's growth.
Blint Shakes are the world's first all-natural protein shakes that come freshly blended from an automated, self-service kiosk. Using a proprietary freeze-dried process, Blint Shakes combine real fruits, vegetables, and high quality protein to create a natural, delicious and healthy beverage.
The company already has units in the nation's leading chain of fitness centers, as well as recreational centers such as the YMCA, auto dealers, and more.
"People love Blint Shakes," said Oscar Perez, company Founder and CEO. "Our challenge isn't in finding prime locations, it is in having enough capital on hand to build the 1,000 systems we need to fulfill this year's anticipated orders."
Accordingly, Blint Shakes is now offering Qualified Investors the opportunity to get involved with the company at an early stage, when valuations may still be a bargain.
"We have combined two of the fastest growing sectors in the world – Nutrition (protein drinks in particular) and automated retailing," Perez commented. "We aim to create a dynamic win-win for the consumer, our location partners, and our stakeholders."
Qualified Investors are invited to learn more about this opportunity and obtain a Prospectus by contacting the company at: (844) 721-3607, or emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Title II of the JOBS Act created a new exemption for Rule 506 offerings to allow an issuer to engage in general solicitation, so long as all purchasers of the securities are accredited investors.
This is not an offer to sell. Offers are made only through Prospectus to Qualified Investors Only. Investing can be risky. You may lose some or all of your investment. You are urged to contact an accredited investment advisor prior to making any investment.
This announcement includes "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the safe harbor provisions of United States securities laws. These statements are based upon current beliefs and expectations and are subject to significant risks. Forward-looking statements may include phrases such as "anticipates," "may," and other similar expressions. The Company does not update forward-looking statements after they are made.
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