Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Energy Drink To Help End War?

MERRILLVILLE, Ind. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A new energy drink made for soldiers could actually help bring the warriors home.

RE-UP Energy Drink is a scientifically formulated beverage designed to restore a tired soldier’s performance.

Creator Ira Scott says the drink includes potassium, electrolytes, and vitamins, and figures that if soldiers us it to recharge, they’ll be able to fight harder and smarter, possibly putting an end to wars.

He says a five-ounce shot is enough to pump up the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines for a hard day of training or combat.

Even better, the drink can be downed in the trenches, since the cans are camouflage and blend right in with a soldier’s surroundings.

Scott says the camo can won’t give soldiers away to enemies, so they can drink at ease for a little pick-me-up during stakeouts.

Though it’s geared toward warriors, Scott assures RE-UP is safe for civilian use.

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