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Xyience Xenergy hosted an art show featuring work from prominent members of the mixed martial arts community at XenArt: The Energy of Art on Aug. 31 in Las Vegas.
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The non-aseptic energy drink category reported more than $6.9 billion in sales for a 19.4 percent increase for the 52 weeks ending April 15 in U.S. supermarkets, drug, gas, convenience and mass merchandise retailers, excluding Walmart, according to Chicago-based market research firm SymphonyIRI Group.
Killer Buzz energy drinks, now known as KLR BZ, were redesigned with new graphics that correspond with its new tagline, “Stick that in a can and drink it.”
As the energy drink market expanded years ago, sports nutrition and supplement company Xyience, Las Vegas, saw the emerging category as the next step for its products. That evolution led to the development of Xyience Xenergy drinks. “Xenergy is ‘zen energy;’ that’s what it means,” says Michael Levy, chief financial officer and chief operations officer with Xyience. “It has a concept of healthy energy for people with an active lifestyle.”
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