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Yerbaé Expands Sports Partnership Fueling Growth

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Yerbaé, an all-natural energy drink made with a unique blend of yerba mate and white tea, is catching the eye of top pros in CrossFit and other sports as they look for healthier alternatives to Red Bull and other energy drinks.

That’s why so many leading coaches and athletes have joined the Yerbaé Advisory Council for Sports and Entertainment including: NFL head coach Kyle Shanahan, NCAA head coach Lincoln Riley, NFL assistant coaches, Ben Johnson and Ejiro Evero, Crossfit Champion and 2X World’s Fittest Woman, Annie Thorisdottir, and former NFL quarterback and Founder of the QB Collective, Richmond Flowers.

Yerbaé is the right drink at the right time. Athletes and consumers are looking for healthier alternatives to artificial drinks like Red Bull. The company increased sales 122% in Q2 2023 with significant same store sales growth in addition to increased distribution.

Join our webinar with Yerbaé Co-founder and CEO, Todd Gibson as he discusses the power of the sports partnerships the brand is developing and the impact it will have on growth.

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