Bawls Acquisition, maker of the BAWLS Guarana super-caffeinated line of sodas, is pleased to announce continued expansion of product distribution nationwide.
In late 2012, Tennessee Crown of Chattanooga began distribution of BAWLS Guarana strengthening the presence of the brand in the state of Tennessee. Simultaneously, a relationship with Folsom Distributors out of Wood River, IL was renewed resulting in a BAWLS comeback across Missouri and southern Illinois.
Since the start of 2013, the company has partnered with several new distributors including Comer Distributing of Rock Hill, SC. BAWLS Guarana is now widely available through the north-central region of the state, including Columbia the capital and home to the University of South Carolina. Additionally, BAWLS has expanded its distribution into South Florida thanks to a newly formed partnership with L & V Wholesale dba United Wholesale & Nutrition, covering the southeastern portion of Florida from West Palm Beach down into the Florida Keys. Most recently, BAWLS Guarana beverages have started making their way onto store shelves in the state of Mississippi with the addition of Southern Wine and Spirits of Ridgeland.
“Our success is due to the role our distribution partners play in growing our brand’s presence nationwide and we are thrilled with the latest additions to our network.” said Jon Gunnerson, CEO. “We are looking forward to continued growth of the BAWLS Guarana brand and have several more exciting announcements to follow in the near future.”
Since the Brand’s rebirth on March 25, 2010, the Guarana goodness of BAWLS’ smooth taste, eye-catching packaging and naturally-caffeinated kick has fueled the days and nights of millions of heavy-eyed students, techies, professionals and athletes everywhere. Headquartered in Twinsburg, OH, BAWLS Guarana beverages are available at supermarkets, convenience stores and electronics retailers across the US. BAWLS Guarana (bawls.com) is a refreshing, super caffeinated line of sodas infused with Guarana a naturally-caffeinated berry harvested in the Amazonian rainforest.