Sparkling Ice sparkling waters, a brand of Seattle-based Talking Rain Beverage Co., showcased the packaging redesign of its Sparkling Ice +Caffeine, in all six flavors. Featuring a clean, bright and ombre-like design, this colorful refresh will roll out across the country beginning in October, the company says.
Contest praising hometown heroes to award winner $10,000
August 3, 2020
Sparkling Ice’s Cheers to Heroes contest celebrates America’s hometown heroes together with the Honor Flight Network has received more than 3,000 nominations of hometown heroes from 1,700 cities across the country to contend for $10,000.
Cheers to Heroes celebrates front line community members
April 13, 2020
Sparkling Ice, made by Seattle-based Talking Rain Beverage Co., announced its first-ever Cheers to Heroes campaign to celebrate America's everyday hometown heroes, in conjunction with its fifth annual partnership with the Honor Flight Network. Throughout the campaign, Sparkling Ice has pledged to give back $400,000 to unsung heroes through various initiatives including their new Cheers to Heroes contest, a donation to the Honor Flight Network, and by creating moments to surprise and delight everyday consumers.
Sparkling Ice launched its latest sweepstakes. Regatta Craft Mixers announced a partnership with US Sailing. Gatorade launched a new campaign designed to encourage young girls to participate in sports.
Sparkling water brand features naturally sourced colors, flavors
January 15, 2019
Sparkling Ice, part of Preston, Wash.-based Talking Rain Beverage Co., announced a brand refresh by introducing a new formula featuring naturally sourced colors and flavors, in addition to an updated logo and packaging design. With this new formulation, Sparkling Ice has successfully transitioned to natural colors while maintaining the vibrant look and long shelf life that Sparkling Ice is known for, it says.
Company collaborates with with Honor Flight Network, UW Medicine
October 30, 2018
The makers of Sparkling Ice, Talking Rain Beverage Co., Preston, Wash., announced a range of corporate social responsibility initiatives to support veterans and the fight against breast cancer by collaborating with two organizations: Honor Flight Network, Springfield, Ohio; and UW Medicine, Seattle.