MILL CREEK, Wash. Zipfizz Corp., the makers of Zipfizz, an energy drink mix, announced Wednesday that the Odom Corp, will begin distributing its product line in Alaska, Washington and Oregon.
“We are very excited to be working with Odom,” stated Riley Livingston, president and chief executive officer of Zipfizz. “This will significantly enhance our presence in Alaska and the Pacific Northwest where Zipfizz is already extremely popular.”
Livingston said Odom will distribute the company’s flagship product, the Zipfizz Health Energy Drink Mix, as well as the Zipfizz Liquid Shot and Zipfizz Multi-Vitamin and Immune Support.
The Zipfizz Healthy Energy Drink Mix is packaged in a test tube-like, single-serving container, and contains only 10 calories, no sugar and two net carbs. When mixed with 16 to 20 ounces of water, it offers 25 nutritional ingredients, including nine vitamins, eight minerals, electrolytes and antioxidants.
Zipfizz Liquid Shot is a 4 oz. serving that delivers an energy boost. It contains a balance of B-12 and electrolytes and contains no sugar.
Zipfizz Multi-Vitamin and Immune Support is a daily immune boost, multi-vitamin with electrolytes which comes in a powder form and is packaged in a slim, single-serving pack. It contains only 10 calories, no sugar, and two carbohydrates. The effervescent formula, when mixed with 16 to 20 ounces of water, offers 28 nutrients and vitamins.
Zipfizz products are available at Costco, QFC, Sam’s Clubs, Target, Rite Aid, Walgreens, Safeway, H-E-B and Bartell Drugs, the company stated.
The Odom Corporation distributes a wide range of beverages, including Coca-Cola, Miller Beer and Coors Beer. The company sells more than 600,000 cases of varied alcoholic and non-alcoholic products each month and processes an average of 500 orders a day.