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Caledonia, MI, United States, 2006/04/24 - Culpepper Sales, LLC, owners of the Swirl brand beverages, have signed a new distribution agreement with Norm Arendsen of Great Lakes Beverage Distributors, LLC in Caledonia, Mich..
Culpepper Sales, LLC, owners of the Swirl brand beverages, have signed a new distribution agreement with Norm Arendsen of Great Lakes Beverage Distributors, LLC. Swirl, a line of high-quality, hot and frozen beverages, has now extended its 500 flavors to schools, convenience stores and other retail outlets in the Greater Grand Rapids area including the Lakeshore.
“I’ve searched carefully for many years for an entrepreneurial opportunity that combines my experience in business and sales. Swirl provides me the opportunity to deliver a premium product while focusing on the customers’ needs through exceptional service,” said Arendsen.
Swirl’s 100 percent juice beverages are nutritionally equivalent to a serving of fruit according to The Five A Day for Better Health Program. The taste and bright colors appeal to children and the nutritional value appeals to parents. Swirl’s line of hot and frozen beverages includes drinks that are noncarbonated, made with 50 or 100 percent real fruit juice, enriched with calcium and vitamins, low in carbohydrates or with no added sugar.
In addition to Swirl’s 50 and 100 percent real fruit juice flavors, other varieties include: PowerSwirl, a sports drink formulated to restore energy and electrolytes; frozen cappuccinos; adult beverages; and SWIRLITE, a low carb, no added sugar beverage which is 50 percent real juice and sweetened with sucralose (Splenda®).
Contact Norm Arendsen at (616) 802-4916 or (877) GL-SWIRL for more information on offering Swirl in Greater Grand Rapids establishments.
About Culpepper Sales
With world headquarters in Dallas, Culpepper Sales, LLC was founded in 2003 to market, sell and support the Swirl brand. The company offers distributorships to entrepreneurial, sales-minded individuals who want an opportunity which affords them complete autonomy. Distributors derive their income from the sale of drink mixes to the businesses in which they have placed machines.