Two of the most influential words in the history of American advertising are â€śgot milk?â€ť Along with the milk mustache, the â€śgot milk?â€ť campaign ran for over two decades and is credited with generating a great increase in milk sales.
Although the campaign is dead, its legacy lingers on. But today, Tyent USA wants you to ask a slightly different question, â€śgot hard water?â€ť
The Hard Water Epidemic
Hard water is an excessively common problem in the United States. According to ExtoxNet, over 85% of the country is affected by hard water which is water that has a high mineral content. These minerals include magnesium and calcium from limestone …
Posted by: William Poole On November 21, 2015 9:00 am
The cans are colorful, the advertisements are catchy, and the effects can be addicting. Energy drink sales are at an all-time high in the United States. But are the highly caffeinated beverages safe for regular consumption?
Red Bull claims to â€śGive You Wingsâ€ť and 5-Hour Energy professes the ability to eliminate the so-called â€ś2:30 feeling.â€ť Action sports stars endorseÂ Cheap Manchester United football shirts them and when sleep becomes scarce, slugging a can of energy seems a convenient substitute. However, before you reach for that can of Monster, consider the chemicals that energy drinks contain.
Caffeine, Sugar, Guarana, Taurine, B-Vitaminsâ€¦
Energy drink companies are constantly trying to mix up …