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But Bang is making inroads elsewhere. At the end of June, the company announced a distribution deal in Germany through the Oettinger Group in what Bang called a "massive" expansion for its portfolio. Let's see if this one sticks.




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Bang! energy drinks are the tastiest, highest energy drinks on the planet! Containing 300mg of caffeine, along with creatine, BCAA's, and COQ10, Bang! is the go to energy drink for people on the go! Whether you use it as a pre-workout, or just an energy booster, just one can of bang will provide you with enough energy to tackle your workout or the workday.


This bankruptcy filing nonetheless creates certain other issues of which wholesalers should be aware, and contacting a bankruptcy attorney is highly recommended. VPX has used a variety of different distribution agreements over the years, including some agreements that Quash Seltzer, LLC has used in connection with distribution of alcohol-based products. Generally, the non-alcoholic beverage distribution agreements used by VPX granted broad rights of termination by VPX where not otherwise limited by a state franchise law. Distributors holding Quash Seltzer, LLC agreements to distribute alcohol products generally have greater franchise protection based upon state law, although as all wholesalers know, these rights may vary substantially from state to state and based upon the specific agreement. There are a few things that wholesalers might keep in mind at this point:


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Unlike many high energy beverages marketed as energy drinks, Bang is not just the stereotypical cocktail of sugar and caffeine seen elsewhere. Instead it contains zero calories but in a world where even Red Bull now offer a zero sugar alternative that is not enough to separate this from the rest.


January 2020 had the same number of selling days than in January 2019. In this regard we caution again that sales over a short period are often disproportionately impacted by various factors such as for example selling days days of the week in which holidays fall timing of new product launches and the timing of price increases and promotions in retail stores distributor incentives as well as shifts in the timing of production in some instances where our bottlers are responsible for production and unilaterally determine their production schedules which affects the dates on which we invoice such bottlers as well as inventory levels maintained by our distribution partners which they alter unilaterally for their own business reasons. We reiterate that sales over a short period such as a single month or even two months should not necessarily be imputed to or regarded as indicative of results for a full quarter or any future period. In conclusion I'd like to summarize some recent positive points.


You'll continue to be see geographic mix as an issue because obviously in the U.S. our margins are strong. They are less strong in other parts of the world for all the reasons we've spoken to in the past and you'll see the same trend with regard to product mix as we sell internationally as we sell more juice products and more coffee products they have a lower margin than the traditional Monster products and Reign products. So that's in a nutshell where we are with margin.


If I could just perhaps just add a little bit on that on color. We've looked at some of the schematics that have come out for this year in the U.S. which is the obviously the place where Coke Energy has recently been launched. And if we look at the schematics for that plus obviously the performance energy products by and large we are getting increased shelf space both for our general products as well as our Reign products and Inferno including our innovation. And perhaps if we look back on 2019 some of the innovation that we introduced didn't quite get the real estate and distribution levels that we had hoped for and we thought and that probably was affected us a little bit in the 2019 year. But if you look at the new products we have a really robust pipeline of new products. We have new Reign products Inferno. We've got Ultra Fiesta and Ultra Rosa in the Ultra line that are two really good products. We have NOS Turbo which is sort of a performance energy product to help boost the NOS line.


Two very quick ones. First one for Hilton. The G&A in the quarter this one is a bit granular but I think that needs to be asked to sort of explain some of the profit margin pressure in the quarter. So gross margin better but G&A was quite a bit higher even excluding the intellectual property claim. Can you talk a little bit about some of the drivers there? And I know you don't like to guide but should we expect sort of normalization on that line item looking out for the balance of the year? And then Hilton just on the performance segment understanding your comments already on the shelf space reset but can we get updated thoughts there? So Bang obviously made a lot of noise but the market share on that product is down about a point sequentially from where it was around the time of the launch of Reign. And when we look at the combined market share of those two brands being and & Reign it's kind of hanging around this 11% sort of area. So your updated thoughts on the outlook for performance for the balance of '20 and sort of beyond that. Are we sort of at a place where this 11% market share is kind of the right number? Or you think it goes beyond that? And if so why? So thanks for all that guys.


Yes I'm sorry not to. It was just basically broadly outlook for performance segment which of course has made a lot of noise over the past year or two. But Bang's market share is now down about a point Reign is three, 3.5 it's is in that range. And when you look at the combined market share of those two brands it's been sort of bouncing around this 11% sort of area. So where does that leave us? What's your outlook for performance energy? And what's its role in the category going forward? Thank you guys.


Yes. I can just add to that Kevin. I'm a consumer of these products and I honestly believe the category is here to stay but where it will go I don't think anybody knows. I think the main thing is that we have a number of SKUs that are addressing the category. We have some new product innovation that's coming in terms of flavors and we're pretty excited about that whole performance energy part of the energy category but it's one part. There's lots of other parts to it as well.


Yes I think that as we look at the international business we've spoken about the way the pricing structure works in those markets that we try and price ourselves close to where Red Bull is and that we have different models with the bottlers internationally that kind of force us into a different gross margin computation than we have in the U.S. Having said that if I look for example at the EMEA margin which we discussed earlier on the call and the margins there fell from 42% to 38.7% but there were a number of factors that went into that result. Firstly and we've spoken about this before we have country mix we have brand mix we have product mix. So we have a very extensive product project now to reduce the juice content in a number of our juice products to enhance margin. We have other projects and I just came back from the U.K. about two weeks ago where the whole meeting was just focused on margin focused on freight in focused on co-packers focused on where best to allocate our resources to try and improve the gross margins. And we have this concentrate and Monster progression. 041b061a72


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